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IDRC works with developing-country researchers and institutions to build local capacity through funding, knowledge sharing, and training.

Through books, articles, research publications, and studies, we aim to widen the impact of our investment and advance development research. We share the results of our funded research, and offer free training materials to guide researchers and institutions.

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A series of policy briefs, based on research conducted by the Centre for Urban Equity at India’s Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology University.
This is one of five cross-cutting issues that have emerged from early research findings on large-scale land acquisitions in Africa. Read about how researchers are working with communities to increase their ability to protect their rights.
This is one of five cross-cutting issues that have emerged from early research findings on large-scale land acquisitions in Africa. Read about how researchers are working with communities to increase their ability to protect their rights.
This is one of five cross-cutting issues that have emerged from early research findings on large-scale land acquisitions in Africa.  Read about how researchers are working with communities to increase their ability to protect their rights.
This is one of five cross-cutting issues that have emerged from early research findings on large-scale land acquisitions in Africa. Read about how researchers are working with communities to increase their ability to protect their rights.
This is one of five cross-cutting issues that have emerged from early research findings on large-scale land acquisitions in Africa.  Read about how researchers are working with communities to increase their ability to protect their rights.
Africa has seen a wave of large-scale land acquisitions (LSLAs) in recent years. While agricultural investment has been promoted as a strategy for growth and development, when poorly governed, these large land deals risk dispossessing people in rural communities and sparking conflict.
Rift Valley Fever is a severe mosquito-transmitted disease that infects humans, livestock, and wildlife. In addition, humans may contract the disease through contact with infected animals.
South Africa’s Community Work Programme (CWP) employs predominantly women. In some sites women, especially women over the age of 35, make up 80% of participants.
Learning, monitoring, and evaluation (LME) are significant components of the research process for IDRC and their partners.

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