Human development involves the processes, on an individual and social level, towards fulfilment, not only of basic needs but of values including freedom, security, achievement and belonging.
Our latest research nuggets
Protecting South Africa’s Human Capital: How early life adversity can curb our potential for productivity, health and wellbeing. Research shows that giving children the best possible start in life is central in developing a country’s human capital.
Rethinking water, sanitation, and hygiene for human growth and development. Identification of age appropriate biological outcomes and WASH indicators, while anticipating the timing of life-course suitability of the interventions being operational.
The slow violence of malnutrition: Improving child nutrition is a long-term investment in human capital, which has a triple dividend for the children of today, the adults of tomorrow and the next generation of children.