Below is a selection of some of the projects Bodhi has worked with over the past few years.
Bodhi is currently undertaking a research study to map and assess the gender responsiveness of existing peace infrastructures at the national and local levels in ASEAN countries. This study will produce evidence-based policy and programming recommendations for how the ASEAN-Institute of Peace and Reconciliation (ASEAN-IPR), the ASEAN Women for Peace Registry (AWPR), and UN Women can jointly strengthen peace infrastructures' coordination, effectiveness, and gender responsiveness.
Bodhi undertook a national Situation Analysis of children and adolescents in the Philippines for UNICEF. Using multiple data sources Bodhi conducted a deprivation and equity and trend analysis to understand how children experience their rights in the country. Bodhi also conducted a detailed stakeholder, bottleneck and risk analysis to inform UNICEF and Ministries' rights-based planning.
Bodhi completed a situational analysis of child rights in the BARMM region of the Philippines for UNICEF. Using the Multiple Overlapping Deprivations Analysis method, Bodhi highlighted how child rights realisation across six rights 'fields' - Survives and Thrives, Learns and Acquires, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Child Protection, Equitable Chance in Life and Civil and Participation rights - varies according to characteristics like age, gender, and location. Bodhi also conducted risk, bottleneck, stakeholder and trend analysis to supplement the report.
Bodhi completed a baseline study of PRC’s Greening Red Cross and Red Crescent Disaster Risk Reduction programme. The aim was to provide information on ongoing knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to DRR, CCA and natural resources, determine status of project indicators, and assess the level of disaster preparedness.