Nepal & Uganda - Social Norms

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Campagne to change social norms

IICRD is working with World Vision UK to better understand the impact of their programming on social norms.

This research initiative involves an extensive literature review followed by in country interviews and case studies in Nepal and Uganda.

Key questions include:

  • What has worked in social norms change in WVUK programming?
  • What has not worked in social norms change in WVUK programming?
  • How does this research fit into current “think” on social norms and HTP? What can it contribute?
  • How does this research validate the WVI CP ToC?

Answers to these questions will to be used to make recommendations for policy makers and program staff at WV.

Research Concepts: 

Social Norms

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Ilan Cera Turnoff Colombia University 

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