May 17, 2019
A rapidly growing population and expanding city will likely increase demand for water in Lima, Peru. This study evaluates the city's current drought management plan against future droughts and proposes augmentations.
RAND's research on social policy in Latin America is dedicated to improving the well-being of the Latin American population and conducts objective, independent research on topics relevant to Latin Americans living and working at home and in the United States.
RAND Europe conducted a study on the societal impact of early breast cancer, divided into three interconnected phases. The third phase was a qualitative study assessing the factors affecting access to and delivery of treatment for early breast cancer in a selection of countries, as well as a supra-national overview. This study is of interest to policymakers, healthcare professionals, patient advocates and others within the healthcare system.
This study evaluates the performance of Lima, Peru's current drought management plan against future droughts and proposes augmentations, and it recommends ways to ensure that the drought management plan performs will in the uncertain future.
The proposed study addresses 2 important public health problems: (1) Individuals convicted of a DUI are mandated to attend a DUI program, but many recidivate and, (2) There is a disproportionate lack of access to AUD treatment for Latino populations.
Summarizes results of research into representation of Hispanic people and people with targeted disabilities among the Department of Defense civilian workforce.