SciDev.Net update: 5 December 2016

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Leave no child behind: Moving the agenda forward

Data visualisation:

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Leave no child behind: Moving the agenda forward

Progress has been made protecting children around the world, but how can we continue this trend, as well as assess children under the radar?

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Notices

Disaster Risk Reduction Adviser

Warwickshire

Excellence in Breeding – Platform Leader

Mexico

Social Scientist– Gender and Youth (PDF)

Mexico

The Elsevier Foundation-TWAS Sustainability Visiting Expert Programme: call for applications is now open!

TWAS, the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries

May the best bean win

From our INASP/SciDev.Net data challenge, a team of scientists joined farmers in two districts to test the best bean they were growing in terms of robustness, yield and marketability.