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IDRC-supported conferences, tutorials, and internships in Asia, Africa and Latin America are building the capacity of young researchers to inform telecommunications policy. Communication Policy Research: south (CPRsouth) conferences showcase the...
Training young researchers to influence telecommunications policyNew books highlight diverse ways ICTs contribute to developmentExternal Program Reviews (2015)Mini soap operas foster financial education and inclusion of women in PeruThink Tank converts knowledge into change in Ghana

Latest Results

Two recently published open access books present the findings of IDRC-funded research exploring the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in developing countries. These books provide important insights into the increasingly...
Training young researchers to influence telecommunications policy New books highlight diverse ways ICTs contribute to developmentExternal Program Reviews (2015)Mini soap operas foster financial education and inclusion of women in PeruThink Tank converts knowledge into change in Ghana

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IDRC commissions external program reviews toward the end of each program cycle. These final evaluations are our primary accountability mechanism in terms of the results, effectiveness, and relevance of program spending. External program reviews aim...
Training young researchers to influence telecommunications policyNew books highlight diverse ways ICTs contribute to development External Program Reviews (2015)Mini soap operas foster financial education and inclusion of women in PeruThink Tank converts knowledge into change in Ghana

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Having little or no savings can be devastating for poor families, especially in times of crisis. When households are able to set aside some of their income in a formal financial institution, they are less vulnerable to external shocks and can invest...
Training young researchers to influence telecommunications policyNew books highlight diverse ways ICTs contribute to developmentExternal Program Reviews (2015) Mini soap operas foster financial education and inclusion of women in PeruThink Tank converts knowledge into change in Ghana

Latest Results

In February 2015, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) in Ghana hosted a succession of briefings on gains made in promoting transparency and accountability, factors affecting economic growth, and the public’s perception of socio-economic and...
Training young researchers to influence telecommunications policyNew books highlight diverse ways ICTs contribute to developmentExternal Program Reviews (2015)Mini soap operas foster financial education and inclusion of women in Peru Think Tank converts knowledge into change in Ghana
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