The Center for Social Well-Being and Development is a chartered center at the George Washington University.

We offer expertise in:

Formative research

Evaluation research

Theory-based interventions
Rapid assessments
In-depth assessments 

Strategic planning

Program planning 
Project management

Communication for development

Cross-cultural tools

Local capacity building 

Local technical assistance

Results dissemination 

Identifying best practices

We work to allow people to learn, adapt and make changes in their lives and communities.  
Get in touch to let us know how we can help you. 

Using a social-ecological approach and practical tools, we can:

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Assess contributing factors for health and social development problems. 

Integrate program planning across sectors to address multiple contributing factors with efficiency.

Develop evidence-based programs that can be used to intervene at strategic points in a web of contributing factors.

Evaluate to determine whether a program or policy is effective in improving the targeted health or social development problem and changing the contributing factors.

Disseminate the results and best practices from effective programs.

Build local or indigenous capacity to scale sustainable programs.