Nepal on target to meet aim of doubling tiger population by 2022

The wild tiger population in the world has declined by more than 98% in the past 200 years; the present...

Single dose of vaccine is not enough for measles eradication in Bangladesh

Single dose of vaccine is not enough for measles eradication in Bangladesh

Research in Bangladesh has found that a quarter of children need more than single doses of the measles vaccine to...

INASP’s grants support institutions to raise awareness of Open Access in the global South

INASP’s grants support institutions to raise awareness of Open Access in the global South

INASP has awarded Open Access Week grants to raise awareness of open access opportunities for researchers in Cuba, El Salvador,...

Study assesses awareness and approach towards blood donation in Bangladesh

Study assesses awareness and approach towards blood donation in Bangladesh

Blood donation is a vital life-saving process but low awareness about the importance of blood donation can impact the safe...

Unsafe abortions put mothers’ lives at risk in Sri Lanka

Unsafe abortions put mothers’ lives at risk in Sri Lanka

Abortion is legally permitted in Sri Lanka in cases where it could save the life of the mother. However, in...

New area of work supports critical thinking skills in East Africa

INASP is leading a new area of work to help young people in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to use their...

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