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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 — 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...

IDRC Bulletin — June 2013

In this issue, learn about how you can order your copy of IDRC's 2013 DVD. You can also read an opinion piece by IDRC's Dominique Charron on tactics for getting ahead of pandemics to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. And meet Allen Finley...

IDRC Bulletin — May 2013

In this issue, read about how health systems can be improved to better meet the needs of women and children. You can also learn about a network of experts that has been developing new technologies that allow computers to function in local...

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A smartphone application developed with IDRC support is helping primary animal health workers (PAHWs) in Laos PDR to quickly and accurately answer questions and treat poultry. The app is also helping farmers raise healthier animals and improve their...
Using smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseExamining the links between livestock ownership, gender, and food securityParticipating in markets can help improve women’s welfareMainstreaming gender issues in livestock research

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From refugee camps in Jordan and Sudan, to natural disasters in Haiti and Pakistan, to famines from the Sahel to the Horn of Africa, conflicts and natural disasters occurring in the last several decades have pushed the global humanitarian system to...
Using smartphones to improve animal health and food security Charting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseExamining the links between livestock ownership, gender, and food securityParticipating in markets can help improve women’s welfareMainstreaming gender issues in livestock research

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Livestock ownership plays a vital role in ensuring that households have a more diversified, higher-protein diet. But research has shown that the extent to which livestock contributes to food security depends on household dynamics — whether women own...
Using smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian response Examining the links between livestock ownership, gender, and food securityParticipating in markets can help improve women’s welfareMainstreaming gender issues in livestock research

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Women's participation in livestock markets can help improve their welfare and that of their families. Understanding how and why women participate can help identify ways of increasing their participation and the benefits. Research on this issue...
Using smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseExamining the links between livestock ownership, gender, and food security Participating in markets can help improve women’s welfareMainstreaming gender issues in livestock research

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While women make up more than 40% of the agricultural labour force in developing countries, they control less land than men and are less likely to use purchased inputs such as fertilizers. They also participate less in agricultural markets as a...
Using smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseExamining the links between livestock ownership, gender, and food securityParticipating in markets can help improve women’s welfare Mainstreaming gender issues in livestock research
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