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IDRC’s November 2018 Annual Public Meeting highlighted achievements and explored the theme of artificial intelligence.
Financial access alone is unlikely to transform women’s lives and livelihoods.
There is a growing interest in investing to protect supply chains, developing climate-friendly technologies, and opening access to innovations, products, and services that are vital to resilience.
Climate change is felt globally, but particularly in developing countries.
Healthier and higher-yielding potatoes are reaching more than 6.5 million Colombians.
Evaluating the real consequences of an Ebola epidemic on mental health is urgently needed.
Routine health information can inform the response to the Ebola crisis in the DRC.
Open-access communications tools will support the ethical conduct of research during outbreaks in low-resource settings.
Locally-sensitive response strategies complement international efforts to contain viral transmission and limit the disease’s spread.
A single vaccine is being developed to protect cattle, sheep, and goats from five diseases.