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08 Jun 2018

Kenya

Kenya Theory of Change workshop

Kenya hosted the third STRiDE national Theory of Change workshop in Nairobi on 7 and 8 June 2018. Attended by a range of key stakeholders, the workshop was hosted jointly by STRiDE partners Africa Mental Health Foundation and the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Organisation Kenya led by Christine Musyimi and Elizabeth Mutunga. The team are now working […]

08 Jun 2018

05 Jun 2018


Dementia Alliance International’s support for STRiDE

Colleagues from Dementia Alliance International (DAI) participated in our first STRiDE team meeting and Theory of Change workshop earlier this year. DAI is a partner in the project, and is a “collaboration of like-minded individuals diagnosed with dementia providing a unified voice of strength, advocacy, and support in the fight for individual autonomy for people […]

05 Jun 2018

28 May 2018

Mexico

Mexico Theory of Change workshop

Mexico hosted the second STRiDE project national Theory of Change (ToC) workshop today. Organised by the country team led by Mariana Lopez-Ortega, the workshop drew on the expertise of participants to explore how to improve dementia treatment and care in Mexico, and how the STRiDE project can support this ambition. Dr Luis Miguel Gutiérrez-Robledo, Director […]

28 May 2018

24 Apr 2018

Indonesia

Indonesian Theory of Change workshop

The first STRiDE project national Theory of Change (ToC) workshop took place today in Indonesia. Organised by the country team – Tara Sani, Yuda Turana and Imelda Theresia – the workshop was very well attended and included representatives from three ministries, various national NGOs, the Asia Development Bank and Help Age. The workshop had a […]

24 Apr 2018

19 Apr 2018

Indonesia

Indonesia launch the STRiDE project

As a part of the national launch, our partners in Indonesia – Alzheimer’s Indonesia and Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia – held a mini-seminar Strengthening Dementia National Plan: a Multi-profession dialogue at the Atma Jaya Faculty of Medicine. Four researchers and public policy practitioners from various disciplines presented and discussed dementia in Indonesia. Neurologist Dr Yuda […]

19 Apr 2018

15 Nov 2019


The STRiDE project started in October and aims to build research capacity and provide much-needed evidence on dementia care

In March 2018, forty-two STRiDE colleagues came together at LSE for a kick-off meeting (and a group photo!). The meeting included a workshop to co-develop a Theory of Change map for the project, which is an outcomes-based approach the project is using to describe how it will bring about specific outcomes through a logical sequence […]

15 Nov 2019

01 Oct 2017


New £8 million study to strengthen responses to dementia in developing countries

Partners across seven developing countries led by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) have been awarded £7.9 to build research capacity and provide much-needed evidence on dementia care. This work will support the development of national policies for dementia in the face of rapidly growing global numbers of people with the condition. […]

01 Oct 2017