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By interviewing a diverse range of people, we’ll have a range of experiences, insights and points of view to draw from when it comes time to find opportunity areas for the ideas phase.

By interviewing a diverse range of people, we’ll have a range of experiences, insights and points of view to draw from when it comes time to find opportunity areas for the ideas phase. Here are some ideas for the types of people you might want to interview about our challenge topic:

- women and girls you know

- men (or boys) in your community

- experts on sanitation

- school teachers

- anyone else with a unique perspective on the issue!


Hint: Download our Interview Toolkit for sample questions related to this challenge and tips on getting the most out of your interview.

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As I started thinking of this challenge, I thought of people about me who have had first hand experience with this problem or related problems. How did they understand the challenge question? What did they learn through they work in the field who cou

As I started thinking of this challenge, I thought of people about me who have had first hand experience with this problem or related problems. How did they understand the challenge question? What did they learn through they work in the field who cou

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I wondered if anyone had spoken to the attackers and tried to understand how they reached the decision to attack a woman.  

I don't know any attackers I could ask, so I tried Google.  Here are some interesting research articles, and I'll try to dr

I wondered if anyone had spoken to the attackers and tried to understand how they reached the decision to attack a woman. I don't know any attackers I could ask, so I tried Google. Here are some interesting research articles, and I'll try to dr

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I interviewed my driver and he had a very different take on the problems. He only agreed with two of the seven I outlined in my previous post ( wife beating and crowded places leading to incest)  as generic problems. He said that most people were oka

I interviewed my driver and he had a very different take on the problems. He only agreed with two of the seven I outlined in my previous post ( wife beating and crowded places leading to incest) as generic problems. He said that most people were oka

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I reached out to friends who are nationals of Afghanistan (now living in Iraq), Nepal and Kenya to ask them what their experience has been in regards to feeling safe in their neighbourhoods. The women range from their 20s (Nepal, post-graduate), mid-

I reached out to friends who are nationals of Afghanistan (now living in Iraq), Nepal and Kenya to ask them what their experience has been in regards to feeling safe in their neighbourhoods. The women range from their 20s (Nepal, post-graduate), mid-

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I interviewed the person who works in my parents' house. She spoke about the community she lives in, how it has changed, her job, how she makes money on the side, how the people in her occupation changed, how she is treated by others, about old women

I interviewed the person who works in my parents' house. She spoke about the community she lives in, how it has changed, her job, how she makes money on the side, how the people in her occupation changed, how she is treated by others, about old women

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