Groundbreaking Entertainment Education Research in Mozambique

RBC is proud of groundbreaking Entertainment Education research in Mozambique just published by two of our Associates, Amy Henderson Riley and Suruchi Sood, with Massimiliano Sani: https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2019.1606137 They examined the impact of Ouro Negro (Black Gold), a serial radio drama designed to change behaviors and social norms around improving children’s health and development. Using qualitative and […]

Getting to know RBC’s newest Senior Advisor

Interview with Tomas Jensen, who will lead our portfolio of Social and Behavior Change Communication projects How does joining RBC fit into your life plan? Joining RBC is a great fit for me and where I am in my life and career. I want to be home-based (Cairns, Australia) because I have a daughter, and […]

Quality and inclusivity in 3 different types of schools

By Safa Shahkhalili The Royal Kingdom of Cambodia is home to one of the largest youth and adolescent populations in Southeast Asia. With one in five Cambodians currently aged between 15 and 24, the need to provide a good quality education is key to achieving national social and economic development. In the summer of 2018 […]