IDRC’s Governance for Equity in Health Systems program funds research in developing countries that helps to redress health inequities and improve health services, systems, and policies, for all.
The GSJ program investigates how best to increase the legitimacy and accountability of public authorities in the areas of governance, security, and justice.
The GrOW program supports research that generates new evidence on women’s economic empowerment, gender equality, and economic growth in low-income countries of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
This program seeks to improve maternal, newborn and child health outcomes by strengthening health systems to become more equitable, using primary health care as an entry point.
Jointly funded by IDRC and the UK’s Department for International Development, SAIC supports experts from around the world to find out what works — and what doesn’t — to reduce violence in urban centres.
This program seeks to determine how economic growth can increase opportunities for the poor and marginalized and reduce inequality.
This multi-donor program aims to strengthen independent policy research institutions – or “think tanks” – in developing countries.