Month: March 2019
Why did the latest El Niño event not change depression rates in affected communities of northern Peru?
Mental disorders are a big part of the global disease burden. They are also well-known for their strong association with environmental-related disasters. What's more, ongoing climate change is expected to ...Read More →
The UKRI GCRF Action against Stunting Hub is an £19.75 million investment by the UK government to alleviate child stunting, globally. From 28th February to 1st March, we held the ...Read More →
In this day and age, we often assume that water should be globally accessible. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. I was concerned to learn that El Salvador is ...Read More →
In the past 50 years, there have been significant increases in agricultural productivity and falling food prices. However, hunger, malnutrition and poor health remain persistent development challenges. According to the ...Read More →
International Women’s Day is a golden opportunity to shine a light on women’s achievements in a range of domains and industries. We wanted to showcase five outstanding women from LIDC ...Read More →