The success of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is predicated on multisectoral collaboration (MSC), and the COVID-19 pandemic makes it more urgent to learn how this can be done better. Complex challenges facing countries, such as COVID-19, cut across health, education, environment, financial and other sectors. Addressing these challenges requires the range of responsible sectors and intersecting services – across health, education, social and financial protection, economic development, law enforcement, among others – transform the way they work together towards shared goals. This paper draws on a 12-country study series on MSC for health and sustainable development, in the context of the health and rights of women, children and adolescents. It is written by core members of the research coordination and country teams.
Hinton, R., C. Armstrong, E. Asri, K. Baesel, S. Barnett, et al. 2021. "Specific Considerations for Research on the Effectiveness of Multisectoral Collaboration: Methods and Lessons from 12 Country Case Studies." Global Health 17, 18 (2021).
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