Sharing Innovative Experiences


The series, Sharing Innovative Experiences, is one of the tools to support quality documentation of Southern development experiences. Each volume of the series focuses on quality solutions provided by developing countries for a related area of development challenges. The production of the series engages institutional partners specialized in the thematic area for sourcing, selecting, peer reviewing and publishing the case studies from practitioners that actually carried out the work.

To date, 19 volumes have been published. To search the collection of case studies, see below:

Country
MDG
Thematic Area
Volume
Chapter Title
VolumeVolume TitleChapterChapter TitleCountryThematic AreaMDG
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges1 Domiciliary Services in Reproductive Health and Family Planning BangladeshHealth and Family PlanningMaternal Health
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges2 Focusing on Quality of Care in the Family Planning Programme ChinaFamily PlanningMaternal Health
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges3 Training in Incorporating Population Factors into Development Planning GhanaDevelopment PlanningEnvironmental Sustainability
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges4 Addressing Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues of Adolescents IndiaHealth Issues of AdolescentsMaternal Health
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges5 Improving Community Participation in the Implementation of the Family Planning Programme IndonesiaFamily Planning Maternal Health
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges6 An Innovative and Integrated Initiative to Reposition Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices in the National Family Planning Programme KenyaFamily PlanningMaternal Health
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges7 A System Approach to Training in Population, Environment and Development South AfricaPopulation, Environment and DevelopmentEnvironmental Sustainability
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges8 Experience in Addressing Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV/AIDS within a Community Framework ThailandMather to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other Diseases
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges9 Women’s Empowerment and Reproductive Health TunisiaWomen’s EmpowermentGender Equality
19Experiences in Addressing Population and Reproductive Health Challenges10 Involving Parliamentarians as Advocates for Reproductive Health UgandaHealthCombat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other Diseases
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences1 Extension of the Universal Family Allowance: The Universal Child Allowance ArgentinaSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences2 The Dignity Pension (Renta Dignidad): A Universal Old-age Pension Scheme BoliviaSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences3 Broadening Social Protection and Integrating Social Policies BrazilSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences4 The Rural Social Insurance Programme BrazilSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences5 Building a Social Protection Floor Burkina FasoSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences6 The National Social Protection Strategy for the Poor and Vulnerable: Process of Development CambodiaSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences7 The Red Protege, the Social Protection System 2006-2010 ChileSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
18Successful Social Protection Floor Experiences8 Developing a Basic Rural Medical Security System ChinaSocial ProtectionEnd Poverty and Hunger
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