The Knowledge Co-Production group designs and applies approaches for co-producing, with policy and civil society partners, health and urban policy scenarios related to the impact of activities such as urban services, built and natural environment, transportation and water and sanitation on health-related outcomes in the cities included in the Pathways study. It also documents and evaluate various modes of engagement between researchers and policy and civil society partners. We have held a number of engaging events with parners in different focus cities and continue dialogues virtually during the pandemic.
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