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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 — June 2014

In this issue, IDRC celebrates World Environment Day. Learn more about some of the research that IDRC supports on environmental issues. Featured this month IDRC celebrates World Environment Day Learn about IDRC-supported research on sustainable...

IDRC Bulletin — May 2014

In this issue, learn about IDRC's work on food security: Farmers chart a new course in Kenya to fight hunger and malnutrition; Fish on farms combat dietary deficits in Cambodia; Women play a crucial role in livestock rearing, which leads to better...

IDRC Bulletin — April 2014

In this issue, IDRC celebrates World Health Day. Learn more about some of IDRC's global health policy programs, which support research that strengthen health systems and improve equitable access to primary healthcare.    Featured this month ...

IDRC Bulletin — March 2014

In this issue, IDRC celebrates World Water Day. Researchers reflect on how to ensure fair access to water. Learn more about research that is helping vulnerable city dwellers adapt to climate change. You can also check out other projects supported by...

IDRC Bulletin — February 2014

In this issue, check out two new books and their companion websites that explore IDRC-supported research on information and communication technologies (ICTs). You can also find out how ICTs are improving health equity in Jordan, and how mobile...

IDRC Bulletin — January 2014

In this issue, learn how Ethiopian and Canadian researchers are working towards enriching soils to improve nutrition in southern Ethiopia. And hear from the rising stars of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences as they reflect on how AIMS...

IDRC Bulletin – November/December 2013

In this issue: our 2012-2013 annual report, Putting research to work, is now available online. On November 20, join us for our Annual Public Meeting; learn more about how to register. And hear from researchers on what can be done to help small-scale...

IDRC Bulletin — October 2013

In this issue, learn about our upcoming public events this fall: A panel discussion about the future of humanitarian response on October 30; Our Annual Public Meeting on November 20; and a cross-Canada speaking tour on maternal and child health...

IDRC Bulletin — September 2013

In this issue, learn more about how IDRC and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada are partnering on a cross-Canada university tour focused on maternal and child health. You can also hear from researchers as they reflect on how we can make the economy more...

IDRC Bulletin — Summer 2013

In this issue, learn about the work IDRC is funding on non-communicable disease preventions. You can also read about the financial conditions endured by India’s separated and divorced women. And meet IDRC grantee Raquel Zelaya, executive director of...

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Increasingly, popular sites such as Wikipedia, the world's largest free source of information, shape our understanding of the world. But researchers from the Oxford Internet Institute have found that the online encyclopedia is not always the...
Middle East and North Africa contribute less to WikipediaOnline community source of new knowledge, practices for Africa's small-scale farmersTransforming the legacy of mass atrocities: Collecting evidence at the community levelEvaluating water and sanitation training in Peru and NepalEmergency medicine program targets "brain drain" in Ethiopia

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For many rural Africans, radio is a key channel to news, information, and knowledge. For small-scale farmers who have limited or no access to other media such as newspapers, television, or the Internet, radio is an essential part of their daily...
Middle East and North Africa contribute less to Wikipedia Online community source of new knowledge, practices for Africa's small-scale farmersTransforming the legacy of mass atrocities: Collecting evidence at the community levelEvaluating water and sanitation training in Peru and NepalEmergency medicine program targets "brain drain" in Ethiopia

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The International Center for Transitional Justice defines transitional justice as the “the set of judicial and non-judicial measures…to redress the legacies of massive human rights abuses. These measures include criminal prosecution, truth...
Middle East and North Africa contribute less to WikipediaOnline community source of new knowledge, practices for Africa's small-scale farmers Transforming the legacy of mass atrocities: Collecting evidence at the community levelEvaluating water and sanitation training in Peru and NepalEmergency medicine program targets "brain drain" in Ethiopia

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​In many rural and peri-urban areas around the world, water used for human consumption is being contaminated with human pathogens, heavy metals, and other dissolved compounds. As a result, millions of families lack access to safe water. Families...
Middle East and North Africa contribute less to WikipediaOnline community source of new knowledge, practices for Africa's small-scale farmersTransforming the legacy of mass atrocities: Collecting evidence at the community level Evaluating water and sanitation training in Peru and NepalEmergency medicine program targets "brain drain" in Ethiopia

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Over the last three decades, 4,000 doctors have left Ethiopia for specialized training abroad. But very few return home to practice their specialty. Now, thanks to the Toronto-Addis Ababa Academic Collaboration in Emergency Medicine (TAAAC-EM)...
Middle East and North Africa contribute less to WikipediaOnline community source of new knowledge, practices for Africa's small-scale farmersTransforming the legacy of mass atrocities: Collecting evidence at the community levelEvaluating water and sanitation training in Peru and Nepal Emergency medicine program targets "brain drain" in Ethiopia
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