Miscellanea Best of UNICEF Research 2022 AUTHOR(S) UNICEF Innocenti Published: 2022 Miscellanea Best of UNICEF Research showcases the most rigorous, innovative and impactful research produced by UNICEF offices worldwide. While evidence highlights emerging issues, it also informs decisions and provides policy and programme recommendations for governments and partners, to improve children's lives.This year, Best of UNICEF Research celebrates its 10th edition. It features 12 research projects that the selection panel concurred deserved special recognition for delivering results for children in 2022. How? By informing decision-making, shaping policy, raising public awareness, driving social change, and giving children and young people a voice on the issues that affect them most through participatory research. These endeavours showcase both the power of innovation in the face of emergency and crisis, and the virtues of agility, endurance and scalability. They also offer solutions and ways to learn from each other. Each piece of research offers a set of adaptable tools: validated methodologies; templates for emergency response plans; methods of monitoring and measuring progress; and examples of successful collaboration between stakeholders. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 124 | Tags: access to education, adolescent girls, adolescents, behavioural change, breastfeeding, child diseases, child mental health, child protection, climate change, communicable diseases, COVID-19, COVID-19 response, data analysis, data collection, disease control, disease prevention, drinking water, early childhood development, early childhood education, education, electronic data processing, employment of women, epidemiology, evaluation, female genital mutilation, gender discrimination, gender equality, gender issues, gender-responsive programmes, hygiene, infant feeding, innovations, malnutrition, maternal and child nutrition, mental health, mental health services, nutrition policy, nutrition programmes, primary health care, reproductive health, research, sanitation, sexual violence, social norms, water, water resources × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION UNICEF Innocenti 2022 Best of UNICEF Research 2022. , pp. 124.