Highlighting the best global development research on emerging topics.
What evidence exists for strengthening health systems in fragile and conflict-affected states
How to design agriculture and food-related policies, programmes and interventions to improve nutrition.
In much of South Asia, women make up a majority of the agricultural workforce, but what effect does working in agriculture have on the nutrition of these women and their children?
Resources to enhance the exchange of tax knowledge in Nigeria
Research focusing on challenges in increasing property tax revenues in Africa
Harnessing the farm-to-market value chain to deliver nutritious foods to those who need it most
Resources on topics related to taxation in Ethiopia, ranging from tax policy to tax administration, and from academic papers to practical case studies
Meaningful participation is dependent on people being willing and able to participate and express their voice
Building participation in processes and tools used to facilitate economic advancement
Case studies of participation in economic decision making
Guidance for foundations, donors, impact investors and other funders
Within development there has been research, policy and practice which has offered an analysis of the impact of heteronormativity or challenged bad practice.
Rebuilding health systems in conflict and crisis affected settings
What are the key building blocks when it comes to rebuilding health systems in fragile and conflict-affected states?
Lessons from a series of country-level case studies.
Research from Ethiopia and Bangladesh on the potential of nutrition sensitive interventions
Understanding the social norms that restrict women's access to paid work.
Understanding the role of leadership, capacity and accountability.
The complex interdependencies between climate change, water and other social and environmental factors present a challenge for researchers and policy makers.
How children's choices influence their wellbeing and how research can help.