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This project implemented and evaluated an interdisciplinary service transformation framework. The framework was developed based on user-participation on how to improve mental health services. It is designed to enhance children’s resilience in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and similar urban LMIC contexts globally. A framework was developed to assist stakeholders, as part of the World Awareness of Children in Trauma (WACIT) programme, which will be adapted and enhanced with interdisciplinary contributions in the context of rapidly growing LMIC cities and their adverse spatial, social and economic impact. The assignment was seeking to implement this interdisciplinary intervention in Dhaka city, thus co-produce with stakeholders evidence-based action plans, and develop a theory of change for further refinement and evaluation.

Theme: Child and Youth Development

Research Method: Qualitative

Project Status: Accomplished

Starting Year: 2019

Partner: University of Leicester

Study Area: Dhaka