2 July 2019, New Delhi, India: Launch of Campbell South Asia

When and where

Tuesday, 2 July 2019, from  9.30am to 2.30pm
India International Centre, Lecture room -1

The Campbell South Asia Centre is the regional representative body of the Campbell Collaboration. 

Campbell South Asia will

  1. promote Campbell and findings from Campbell studies across the region
  2. Provide training for researchers on producing evidence synthesis reviews and maps, and events for policy makers and practitioners on using evidence
  3. undertake commissioned research synthesis studies.

This event is the launch of the Campbell South Asia, providing an opportunity to learn about the centre's current activities and those planned for the future. The centre's web address is https://campbellcollaboration.org/southasia.

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Opening ceremony
Welcome address:
Dr Howard White, Acting Director, Campbell South Asia
Chief guest: Dr Renu Singh, Director, Young Lives, India


Presentations on evidence and gap maps
Chair: Professor Dinesh Mohan, Honorary Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi
Dr Howard White, Introduction to evidence maps
Dr Anju Sinha, Child neglect in LMICs
Ms Prachi Pundhir, Violence against children in LMICs


Tea break


Systematic reviews
Chair: Ajay Khera, Public Health Specialist& Deputy Commissioner (In charge), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Mr Denny John, Economic methods in systematic reviews with findings from citizen engagement in public services
Dr Ashrita Saran, Evidence map and reviews for disability


Closing remarks & official launch of Campbell South Asia
Dr Anindya Chatterjee, Regional Director-Asia, IDRC



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