Author Archives: Birte Snilstveit

Birte Snilstveit

Birte assists in coordinating and developing 3ie's Systematic Reviews Programme in London. She works with Hugh Waddington in coordinating the Reviews commissioned by 3ie and the Campbell Collaboration International Development Coordinating Group. She is a co-author for Reviews on "Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions to combat childhood diarrhoea in developing countries" and "Interventions to promote social cohesion in sub-Saharan Africa" as well as a scoping study on "Impact evaluation and interventions to address climate change".
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Home Street Home

What works for improving the lives of street children?
and | April 12, 2013

On 12th April 2013 street children, NGOs, celebrities, policymakers, businesses and individuals will observe the International Day for Street Children. The theme for this year is Home Street Home – highlighting that for many children across the world the street is their home. The International Day for Street Children provides a platform to call for
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Evidence to policy: bridging gaps and reducing divides

Evidence-based policymaking is important but not always straightforward in practice. The complex reality of policymaking processes means that the availability of high quality research is a necessary, but not sufficient, ingredient for evidence informed policy. At the recent 12th Annual Colloquium of the Campbell Collaboration, all the vibrant and in-depth discussions conveyed one clear message:
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