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Salma Hegga: Identifying adaptation strategies for semi-arid regions of Africa and Asia

Salma Hegga is a postdoctoral research fellow working with a consortium on Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR). ASSAR is one of four consortia that the Collaborative Adaptation Research Initiative in Africa and Asia (CARIAA) is...

Using psychology to reduce violence in South Africa

​How can a public health approach to reducing violence in South Africa be improved? A new article by researchers working with the Safe and Inclusive Cities initiative argues that integrating and understanding the psychological factors associated...

Assessing the success of a violence-reduction policy in South Africa

​A new approach to reducing violence in South Africa's Western Cape province was introduced in 2013. As part of the Safe and Inclusive Cities initiative, researchers at the University of Cape Town have assessed the policy's first year of...

New demands on water and land in Bolivia’s Altiplano require new solutions

Bolivia’s Altiplano or "high plain" is a semi-arid plateau that makes up one-third of the country's land area and is home to 2.8 million of its people, 30% of the total population. The Altiplano is also one of the poorest areas of the...

How improved water management is influencing economic and social conditions in Bolivia, Chile, and Colombia

Climate change will affect water availability in Chile, Colombia, and Bolivia, in the three basins this project is studying. Increased demand for water—including urban, agricultural, and industrial use—combined with a projected decrease in water...

Afroza Haque: Developing new approaches to adaptation in Himalayan river basins

Afroza Haque is a recent graduate who is now working as a research officer with a consortium on Himalayan Adaptation, Water and Resilience (HI-AWARE). HI-AWARE is one of four consortia that the Collaborative Adaptation Research Initiative in Africa...

DEVELOPING NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION
University-Industry Interactions in the Global South

Interactions between firms and universities are key building blocks of innovation systems. With a focus on developing countries, this book presents novel comparative research spanning three continents. The result is a more universal and dynamic view...

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...

Urban upgrading, resettlement are tools to overcome youth violence in South Africa

How effective have South Africa’s efforts been to upgrade its urban centres, modify urban environments and public spaces, provide services to victims of violence, and directly involve affected communities in addressing violence? This systematic...

Urban violence in Khayelitsha township, South Africa: Finding a way out

​Khayelitsha in South Africa's Western Cape province is a violent place, with a murder rate well above the national average. IDRC grantee Vanessa Barolsky explores how existing social networks and organizations can overcome violence, inequality, and...

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DEVELOPING NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION
University-Industry Interactions in the Global South

Interactions between firms and universities are key building blocks of innovation systems. With a focus on developing countries, this book presents novel comparative research spanning three continents. The result is a more universal and dynamic view...

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