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Ten times a year, IDRC publishes the IDRC Bulletin, which offers insights into the world of international development research.
 
The IDRC Bulletin contains reports on research projects, case studies, and interviews with key figures in the development community. And we publish news of recently released books, scholarship information, and much more.

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IDRC Bulletin — August 2015

In this issue, IDRC marks International Youth Day on August 12 with a focus on innovative research that fosters economic opportunities for young people and provides insights into how to include youth in growth strategies.  Featured this month ...

IDRC Bulletin — Summer 2015

This marks the 100th issue of the IDRC Bulletin. Since 2005, the Bulletin has brought you a timely digest of content, 10 times a year. Check out some highlights from past issues as well as current news. Featured this month IDRC Bulletin marks...

IDRC Bulletin – May 2015

In this issue, learn more about the 3rd International Open Data Conference on May 28-29. You can also find more details on IDRC's new Open Access Policy for IDRC-funded project outputs. Featured this month 3rd International Open Data Conference...

IDRC Bulletin — April 2015

In this issue, in honour of World Health Day on April 7 and World Malaria Day on April 25, find out more about IDRC-supported research that is helping communities meet the health challenges that they face.  Featured this month IDRC on health and...

IDRC Bulletin — March 2015

In this issue, IDRC celebrated International Women's Day on March 8. Learn more about IDRC's Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women program, or watch a series of interviews with GrOW-funded researchers. You can also check out three IDRC books...

IDRC Bulletin – February 2015

This year marks the 25th anniversary of International Development Week. Missed our Google Hangout during IDW2015 with IDRC President Jean Lebel and Thierry Zomahoun, President and CEO of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences? Watch the...

IDRC Bulletin — January 2015

In this issue, check out a compiled list of the most popular stories on our website in 2014. You can also read a list of the top IDRC in the news stories, view our most watched videos, or find out what are our three most downloaded e-books from the...

IDRC Bulletin — Winter 2014

In this issue, IDRC observes the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, November 25 to December 10, 2014. Featured this month 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Follow IDRC on Twitter @IDRC_CRDI or visit our website during the...

IDRC Bulletin – October 2014

In this issue, IDRC celebrates World Food Day on October 16, 2014. Learn more about IDRC-supported research on food security. Featured this month IDRC celebrates World Food Day IDRC-supported research is helping small-scale farmers become more...

IDRC Bulletin – September 2014

In this issue, read about the "Research to Feed Africa" high level policy dialogue that took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. You can also learn more about IDRC-supported work on food security. And find out how to register for the second...

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​Latifa hails from an impoverished family in the Nefza region in northwest Tunisia. Like many women in the area, she struggles to make ends meet. Yet outside her home is a resource that can help lift her family out of poverty. Pressing the fruits...
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​New easy-to-cook bean products are set to improve food and nutrition security for low- and middle-income households in Kenya and Uganda. Researchers at Uganda's National Agricultural Research Organisation and the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock...
Reducing poverty in Atlas MountainsResearchers urge climate-resilience support for South African maize farmersTapping income from the Nefza Forest New bean products to improve food securityNew research builds strong case for including informal migrant economies

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The informal sector is a major source of income for the urban poor. Migrants play a critical role in the informal economy, yet the importance of their role is often overlooked. Two new studies supported by IDRC seek to address this gap.    ...
Reducing poverty in Atlas MountainsResearchers urge climate-resilience support for South African maize farmersTapping income from the Nefza ForestNew bean products to improve food security New research builds strong case for including informal migrant economies
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