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ODI launches RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach online guide

The UK-based Overseas Development Institute has released its online guide to understanding, engaging with, and influencing policy. ROMA: A guide to policy engagement and influence contains a suite of tools that can be used to unpack complex problems...

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against HIV/AIDS

Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) was one of the first international donor agencies to recognize the importance of HIV/AIDS as a development issue. Since the mid-1980s, IDRC has taken a broad approach to this research, based...

Clean water initiative in Peru led by former IDRC awardee

For many communities in the developing world, access to clean water in rural and peri-urban areas remains a pressing problem. In Peru, many sources of water are contaminated with harmful pathogens, heavy metals, and other dissolved compounds. As a...

Bridging the gap between farmers and supermarkets in Nicaragua

Sara Elder received graduate field support to explore how smallholder farmers are affected by selling to modern supermarkets rather than traditional markets.Many smallholder farmers are food insecure, despite growing food for local and international...

Catching up with former IDRC awardees

Deirdre Anne McKay knows first-hand the benefits of receiving an IDRC award. In 1995, she was given a Young Canadian Research (YCR) Award.“The YCRA fellowship enabled me to set up durable in-country networks with local colleagues in academia...

Information and technology: Improving food security in Uganda

It is difficult to make good decisions without the right information, especially for farmers in water stressed regions of the world. People living in Uganda's cattle corridor used to rely on traditional knowledge to make decisions about planting...

Securing food and water in Pakistan's vulnerable Indus River basin

The Indus River flows through the heart of Pakistan, weaving past mountains, forest, and desert to arrive at an impressive delta. This happens to be one of the principal river basins in South Asia, and one that is vulnerable to flood events.  The...

Water management and food security in vulnerable regions of China

Extreme weather events and a changing climate are affecting two critical agricultural areas in China, but in very different ways: one is drying up while the other is flooding. Researchers from the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy are using...

New research centre supports adaptation efforts in Egypt's Nile Delta

Dr Mohamed Abdrabo is the Executive Director of the Alexandria Research Centre for Adaptation to Climate Change, a new research centre that supports Egypt´s adaptation policies for the Nile Delta.  Abdrabo spoke with writer José Alberto Gonçalves...

River Plate communities build resilience in the face of climate change

Florencia Almansi is the coordinator of an IDRC-funded binational initiative to enhance resilience to flooding in four Rio de la Plata coastal towns: Tigre and San Fernando, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Carmelo and Juan Lacaze, in Colonia...

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Empirical Evidence from the eFez Project

E-Government for Good Governance in Developing Countries provides practical supporting material on information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D), specifically, e-government implementation. In this book, Kettani and Moulin...

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