Charlotte Lane

Charlotte Lane
Designation: Senior Evaluation Specialist
Charlotte provides technical assistance and capacity development to help increase the adoption of evidence-informed programmes and policies. Prior to joining 3ie, she worked on evaluations of interventions to support infant health in eastern Africa.

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On World Food Day, think once more about food systems, instead of just deciding what to eat today

Every time you sit down for a meal, you are part of a food system—the chain from production through distribution to your plate and disposal of leftovers. Most of the time, people only focus on the near end of that chain: what to eat today.

All eyes on immunization: what do we know about effective vaccination campaigns?

With COVID still raging across the world, the topic of immunization is receiving more attention than it has in decades. Today, the world is waiting to see if immunizations will help turn the corner and end the biggest health and humanitarian crisis in a generation. Given this, policymakers and implementers need to know what works to increase immunization rates, for whom, and at what cost.

This new evidence gap map shows what we know – and what we don't know – about food systems interventions

Right now, 690 million people are undernourished and at least 650 million people are obese. Given these staggering statistics, it is imperative that we use the best available evidence to improve nutrition and food security across the globe.

World Toilet Day: building latrines is not always enough to get people to use them

Today, on World Toilet Day, the UN counts 4.2 billion people as being without access to safely managed sanitation. Many of them were in India until the national sanitation drive, the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), made massive strides in reducing the number.

Access is not the same as use: tackling behavioural barriers to the use of new resources

On World Water Day, 3ie’s Charlotte Lane provides an overview of the Indian government’s ongoing efforts to provide access to clean water and adequate sanitation and makes a stroeg case for an equal effort to address the behavioral barriers to the use of these new resources.