Breastfeeding Could Save US$300 Billion – New Research

Interview with Ms Sue Horton, CIGI Chair in Global Health Economics, Department of Economics, University of Waterloo. The interview took place in Bangkok on March 24, 2016. From left sitting: Sue Horton (University of Waterloo), Nemat Hajeebhoy (Alive & Thrive). From left standing: Napat Phisanbut (Unicef), Phan Thi Hong Linh (Alive & Thrive), Roger Mathisen… Read more »

Evaluation Framework by Rapid Asia on Reducing Demand for Illegal Wildlife in Vietnam

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Photo derived from Love Frankie Hanoi, March 30, 2016: Twenty-five Vietnam-based civil society and government organizations convened yesterday in Hanoi and shared lessons learned on what is working and what is not on “behavior change” campaigns aimed at reducing wildlife consumption. Vietnam’s strong appetite for wildlife products and the adverse impact this is having on endangered… Read more »

Measuring Demand Reduction

Demand Reduction

Watch the presentation about Demand Reduction We are hearing more about demand reduction these days. Demand reduction applies in situations where we wish to undo damaging behavior, or, influencing people not to engage in such behavior in the first place. Encouraging people not to consume wildlife products is a good example of demand reduction. But… Read more »