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A selection of relevant publications and work produced by the Center's staff includes the following:    


1. Edberg M, Shaikh H, Keller J, Martam I, Sammon E, Sitanggang P, Heidy I, Budiyawati H. (2016). Assessment of Effectiveness and Scalability of UNICEF-Sponsored Projects to Prevent Violence against Children and Women in Papua, South Sulawesi, and Central Java.


2. Edberg, M, Rimal R, Shaikh H. (2015). UNICEF Communications for Development (C4D) Strategy for the Prevention of Violence against Children in South Africa. 


3. Edberg M, Shaikh H, Thurman S, Rimal R. (2015). Background Literature on Violence against Children in South Africa: Foundation for a Phased Communications for Development (C4D) Strategy. 


4. Edberg M, Shaikh H.  (2015, February 24). The new terrorists and the roots they share with gangs and drug lords.  The Conversation, available at https://theconversation.com/the-new-terrorists-and-the-roots-they-share-with-gangs-and-drug-lords-37751.


5. Edberg M, Shaikh H. Creating Pathways for Positive Development: The Ronald Phillips Story. Washington, DC: Center for Social Well-Being and Development at the George Washington University, 2014.


6. Edberg M, Shaikh H. Creating Pathways for Positive Development: The Ysalane Cho Story. Washington, DC: Center for Social Well-Being and Development at the George Washington University, 2014.


7. Edberg M. (2014, October 27). Op-Ed, Beyond Band-Aids: Social well-being as a strategy for health, social development gains, available at https://www.devex.com/news/beyond-band-aids-social-well-being-as-a-strategy-for-health-social-development-gains-84640.


8. Edberg M, Chambers C, Shaw D. (2011).  Situation Analysis of Children and
Women in Belize 2011: An Ecological Review
  (released August 2011). 


9. Edberg M. (2009). Preliminary Set of UNICEF/LAC Core Adolescent Well-Being
Indicators for the MICS4 (and Beyond), With Rationale and Sample Module
.For UNICEF Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office. 


10. Edberg M. (December 2008). Development of UNICEF Latin America-Caribbean (LAC)
Adolescent Well-Being Indicators: Background and Proposed Indicators. Panama City, Panama: UNICEF Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office.


11. Andrade EL. (2012). Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Community-based Hygiene Promotion
Intervention in Santa Clara, El Salvador: Community Report.


12. Andrade EL, Zoerhoff KL. (2011). Challenges with Implementing a Community-Based Potable
Water System Project in a Rural Honduran Community.  In Hunting KL and Gleason BL (eds): Essential Case Studies in Public Health:  Putting Public Health into Practice. Jones and Bartlett Learning, Sudbury MA.


13. Andrade EL, Barmettler D, Zoerhoff KL, Coburn S, Putzer EM, Jurado J, et al. (2008).  Santa Clara, El Salvador Hygiene Promotion and Education Program Health Promoter Training Manual.