In October, we celebrated five years of loving what we do and who we do it with.
Come in. Shake the mud off your boots. Field Notes is a place to relax. It’s where we share what we’re up to. What we’re thinking about. What we’re building.
For World Refugee Day 2022, we worked with NaTakallam to bring you a story about a refugee who holds on to the keys of his past homes.
How might we design COVID vaccination services to effectively reach underserved groups? Well, it starts with handing them the mic.
We partnered with NaTakallam to speak with refugees about what brings them home, when home is a place they can’t return to. This #WorldRefugeeDay we’re sharing their stories.
Cha and Do live in the Yên Bái province of Vietnam. Two very different mothers from the minority Hmong population, they give us a peek into their lives and homes. Designed for interactive learning sessions, these two films offer clues into the small and big things that persuade them and parents like them to vaccinate their children.
Common Thread left five cameras with five adolescents living in areas with high rates of stunting across Tajikistan.
Why do two districts in rural Balochistan have some of the lowest vaccination rates in the world? Common Thread travelled to Killa Abdullah…