This report describes the contributions of the Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health and its funded partners in addressing disparities in the social determinants of children’s health in Boston.
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Boston Children's Collaboration for Community Health: 2021 Annual ReportDec 31, 2021
Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation in Africa, Final EvaluationDec 08, 2021
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How Do We All Win?Jun 16, 2021
This brief explains the experiences of coalitions working to build cross-issue coalitions around preemption as a common issue, highlighting their perceived benefits and challenges in building and strengthening coalitions, and the strategies they use to overcome these challenges.
What Do Coalitions Need to Counter Preemption: A Strategic Assessment of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Preemption WorkMay 19, 2021
Our brief explains the need for critical investment in long-term efforts to build and strengthen preemption coalitions to help them remain together and center equity in the face of internal and external challenges.
Using Actor-Based Theories Of Change to Conduct Robust Contribution Analysis in Complex SettingsMay 17, 2019
The use of theories of change (ToCs) is a hallmark of sound evaluation practice.