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- Blog Post06 Apr 2017: The terms evidence-based and evidence-informed policy have become commonplace in the development vernacular and many development actors, including Eldis, work to promote the use of research evidence in the design and delivery of developm
- OrganisationGSDRC is a partnership of research institutes, think-tanks and consultancy organisations with expertise in governance, social development, humanitarian and conflict issues.
- OrganisationHEART now supersedes the Human Development Resource Centre (HDRC) and the older Health Resource Centre (HRC).
- Organisation3ie supports the production of new evidence by financing new policy relevant impact evaluations, and supporting the synthesis of existing evidence on particular topics.
- OrganisationHEART is a consortium of leading organisations in international development, health, nutrition and education. It works together to support the use of evidence and expert advice in policymaking.
- OrganisationEvidence on Demand is an international development information hub provided jointly by HTSPE Ltd and IMC Worldwide Ltd.
- OrganisationThe Center for Economic Research in Pakistan’s strategic objective is to help catalyse international quality economic research on Pakistan and inform policy and practice in the country.
- DocumentGovernance and Social Development Resource Centre, 2003Topic guide from GSDRC, aiming to provide introductory information on aid instruments and aid effectiveness, focusing on government-to-government aid. Topics covered include:aid effectivenesspoverty reduction strategy papersbudget supportsector-wide approachesDocumentGovernance and Social Development Resource Centre, 2009Conflict restricts women’s freedom of movement. The subsequent impact on education, employment and health care is hard, therefore, to dispute but are these effects universal? This brief focuses on the Middle East, Latin America, and central and east Asia.DocumentGovernance and Social Development Resource Centre, 2009In this document the author seeks to respond to the critical question: Conflict has often been associated with rape. Has conflict inevitably been associated with increases in violence against women (including domestic violence)?