Brief

Oct 23 2023

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Protection de la Maternité au Niger

Résultats d’une courte étude descriptive sur les attitudes et perceptions à l’égard des interventions sur le lieu de travail dans le secteur formel à Niamey, Niger.

Booklet, Guide, Job aid

Sep 25 2023

Workforce Nutrition Guidebooks in Vietnamese

Workforce nutrition programs are a set of interventions advocated by the Workforce Nutrition Alliance, designed to work through the existing structures of the workplace to address fundamental aspects of nutrition amongst employees or supply chain workers.

Report

Jul 28 2023

Maternity Protection Policy Expansion for Female Workers in Informal Sector in Viet Nam

In Viet Nam, 50% of children are born to a mother who is not entitled to paid maternity leave, largely because female workers in the informal sector are excluded from these policies. Alive & Thrive has collaborated with SUN CSA Viet Nam to advocate for the expansion of maternity entitlements to the informal sector in Viet Nam.

Brief

May 29 2023

Addressing malnutrition of the furthest behind in Cambodia, Laos, and Viet Nam

With support from the Government of Ireland, Alive and Thrive is working to tackle malnutrition and reach global nutrition targets in the Mekong Sub-Region with a priority on the furthest behind in each context.

Journal article

Mar 08 2023

The Impact of Vietnam’s 2013 Extension of Paid Maternity Leave on Women’s Labour Force Participation (Joyce CM, Nguyen TT, Pham TN, Mathisen R, et al, Journal of Asian Public Policy. 2023)

In 2013, Vietnam expanded its paid maternity leave from four to six months. This study evaluated whether the expansion of Vietnam’s paid maternity leave policy was associated with improved long-term labour market outcomes for Vietnamese women.

Journal article

Feb 07 2023

The political economy of infant and young child feeding: confronting corporate power, overcoming structural barriers, and accelerating progress (Baker P, Smith JP, et al, The Lancet. 2023)

Despite increasing evidence about the value and importance of breastfeeding, less than half of the world's infants and young children (aged 0–36 months) are breastfed as recommended. This Series paper examines the social, political, and economic reasons for this problem.

 
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