By Sally Cawood and Amita Bhakta This is a re-post of a blog written for Feminist Approaches to Labour Collectives (FemLab.co), and the original post can be accessed here. Manual scavenging – the hazardous removal of human waste from drains, […]
No matter whether a survey is hosted on a website or printed on paper, there are lots of factors to consider in the design process
Development professionals know the importance of communicating with various stakeholders but putting theory into practice is not always straightforward.
What does desk-based research involve? Find out through my journey on a menstrual health project
The guide is based on the knowledge of experts and practitioners who are interested in incontinence in low- and middle-income countries and emerging research on the topic
I provide personal reflections of teaching online with Cerebral Palsy in Ahmedabad, India
In the second in a series of three blogs, I reflect on the practicalities of teaching online and making the most of technology
This is the first in a series of three blogs about my first experiences of teaching online in a new socially distanced world. I have learned that at times, being in lockdown can provide unique opportunities to reach out to people around the world through technology, which we otherwise would not have.
I sat in the resources centre of my department on the first day of my PhD. I was incredibly excited at the prospect of starting my research! I had it all planned out: do literature review, set objectives, plan methodology, choose case study, collect data, write it up, and voila! PhD done! It was all going to be smooth running. But of course, it was research, which … never goes to plan!
Imagine that you are on a field visit in a rural village in India to try to understand how a sanitation facility which you have been involved in constructing has impacted the community. Has it generated health benefits for everyone? Can every person use it with ease?