Our report praised as ‘inspiring’ in Dutch SDGs report

In the third edition of the Dutch Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) report, published this month, our Malawi country report was mentioned as one “inspiring example” of how the SDGs are taking shape by civil society.

The report commends the combination of our expertise on global policy and local CSOs’ insights – even mentioning The Lancet’s referral to our report.


Our report on the health workforce crisis and finance for health in Malawi was mentioned as one of two inspiring cases.



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