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IDRC supports researchers from developing countries who are finding innovative, lasting solutions to local problems. We share the impacts of this groundbreaking research through print and free online publications, including books co-published by IDRC and presses around the world. We also publish articles and newsletters, including the IDRC Bulletin, as well as multimedia projects, such as Lasting Impacts, our tribute to over 40 years of IDRC-supported research, and the In_focus Collection of thematic mini-websites.

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Ending gender violence

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence (November 25 to December 10) is an international campaign that brings awareness to the heavy toll that violence takes on individuals, families and communities around the world. To mark this...

Putting Canadian entrepreneurship in the global picture

Through the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Canadian and international researchers are capturing and sharing new insights on what motivates entrepreneurs, and how to help them thrive. Their findings give governments solid ground for policies to...

Adaptation in climate change hotspots: Change under way in Africa and Asia

The Collaborative Adaptation Research Initiative in Africa and Asia (CARIAA) aims to build the resilience of poor people to climate change in three climate change “hot spots”: basins, deltas, and semi-arid regions. In each of these areas, large...

Feeding nine billion by 2050? Canada can help

It’s a sad truth that many smallholder farmers in poor countries today struggle to feed themselves while also supplying local markets.Food. Enough of it to live a healthy, productive life. It’s a basic need that many Canadians (although not all) can...

MAKING EVALUATION MATTER
Writings from South Asia

This is a first-of-its-kind collection of writings by evaluation professionals working in South Asia. It analyses and documents the status of, and challenges for, development evaluation in this region. The collection covers three critical dimensions...

Research improves secure access
to nutritious food

Since its inception, Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) has worked with researchers and smallholder farmers in developing countries to increase access to sufficient, safe, nutritious, and affordable food. Research has improved...

Ebola and beyond: How Canada backs African problem-solvers

Martial Ndeffo is battling Ebola with mathematics. The epidemiologist from Cameroon is helping Liberia’s Ministry of Health make decisions that will affect us all as it races to halt the spread of the fast-moving disease.   Officials in the West...

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...

Clarence Batan: Giving a voice to Filipino Youth

Despite strong economic growth, the Philippines has the highest unemployment rate in the ASEAN region — more than 7%. Particularly hard hit are youth, who account for more than half of the close to 3 million unemployed. As sociologist Clarence...

Women and ICT in Africa and the Middle East: Changing Selves, Changing Societies

What is the link between information communication technology and women’s empowerment in today’s development context? How can ICT facilitate the pursuit of a better world? Exploring the rich complexity of the contexts in which they live and work...

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MAKING EVALUATION MATTER
Writings from South Asia

This is a first-of-its-kind collection of writings by evaluation professionals working in South Asia. It analyses and documents the status of, and challenges for, development evaluation in this region. The collection covers three critical dimensions...

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