Campbell Collaboration and UNICEF Innocenti worked together to create a map, called Mega-Map, which highlights pre-existing gap maps and systematic reviews on the well-being of children of low to middle-income countries. It was launched in New York on June 27 and 28, 2018 during the “Evidence for Children” Roundtable.
The Mega-Map will become a “living map,” meaning new evidence will be added on to it at least once a year with the help of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The findings of the Mega-Map are meant to give a bird’s eye view of the research that is lacking in the systematic review area and inspire more people to discuss the topic of child well-being from different angles. This evidence-informed approach is essential for effective interventions of policymakers and practitioners.
Explore more information about the Mega-Map on Child Well-Being here.