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The project consisted of three components; research, capacity building and dissemination. The research component consisted of conducting systematic reviews (SRs) on topics related to development. The capacity-building component was aimed at training a select group of mid-level and senior policy...

The most popular content on our website in 2016 showcased the many ways that practical research outcomes are being used to make a real difference in the lives of people across the developing world.

The displacement of communities due to major development projects have received a great deal of public attention in Kerala, one of India's most urbanized states. This study examines the state's experience with displacement and resettlement, in its specific and unique historical context....

Les spécialistes et les théoriciens ont documenté les avantages de la participation des utilisateurs en évaluation et, de la même façon, la valeur dedonnées d'évaluation neutres et impartiales. Il reste que réaliser une évaluation aussi indépendante qu'inclusive est encore un défi de taille dans...

Currently much data is not open for ongoing analysis, and as well researchers are often being charged for data that is in the public domain, but difficult to source and use. The objective was the creation of a model research data policy for development research funders. Such a policy would...

In terms of the course aims, three central issues relating to the narrative of peace building are essential: 1) the connection between peacebuilding and state-building 2) the possibility of contradictions and trade-offs between the short term goal of stabilisation and the long term goal of...

El presente estudio se desarrolla bajo el marco del proyecto de investigación diseñado y ejecutado por el Centro de Estudios en Seguridad Ciudadana de la Universidad de Chile denominado como "Violencia en tres ciudades latinoamericanas: un estudio comparado a nivel local", el cual fue financiado...

The Côte d'Ivoire Lethal Yellowing (CILY) disease is associated with a Lethal Decline (LD) phytoplasma, plant pathogenic bacteria transmitted by insect vectors of the Hemiptera order. This detailed paper is part of a larger study "Fighting lethal yellowing disease for coconut farmers (CIFSRF...

Côte d'Ivoire Lethal Yellowing (CILY) has already destroyed over 400 hectares of coconut groves in Grand-Lahou and is threatening over 7,000 hectares, including the GenBank located at CNRA. CILY is impacting over 10,000 smallholder farmers that depend on coconut for income and nutrition....

Through this project Red Sur and its partners implemented cutting-edge, regional and multi-countries' research that informed the policy agenda not only to foster SMEs development, but also quality job creation by considering the opportunities for productive diversification, technological and...

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