Research plays a crucial role in helping to close the remaining gaps in child well-being. A new Mega-Map, created by the Campbell Collaboration and co-funded by UNICEF Innocenti, looks to strengthen the current weak evidence base. The tool provides an interactive overview of evidence that has already been synthesized, identifying areas where there is ample evidence and where there are gaps. Discover key results and what is needed to improve child well-being in this article.
UNICEF Staff? The Mega-Map is mapped against the key goals of the UNICEF’s Strategic Plan 2018-2021, making it particularly relevant for the organisation, providing accessible evidence to inform programming and policy-making. Our Chief of Research Facilitation & Knowledge Management, Kerry Albright, talks about enhancing an evidence culture at UNICEF in this blog.
EXTRA CONTENT: Kerry chats with us about the Mega-Map and important next steps in our latest podcast.