Wilson Sauto, 38, a home based counsellor in Kamunhukamwe village, Nyanga.
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Research findings are catalyst to nationwide HIV prevention trial in Botswana
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IDRC supports research in developing countries to create real and lasting change. This knowledge can be used as a tool for addressing pressing global challenges. We share it with others by:

  • providing developing-country researchers with financial resources, advice, and training to find solutions to local problems;
  • sharing our knowledge with policymakers, researchers, and communities around the world;
  • fostering new talent by offering fellowships and awards; and
  • putting new knowledge into the hands of those who can use it best to address global challenges.

Part of Canada’s foreign affairs and development efforts, IDRC invests in knowledge, innovation, and solutions to improve the lives of people in the developing world.

Projects

Explore more than 1,000 research projects we’ve supported over the past decade.
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The first phase of the project (101581) established the material and human conditions for using information and communication technologies (ICTs) as a teaching complement at the pilot elementary school, Serigne Amadou Aly Mbaye (SAAM).

Senegal, North Of Sahara, South Of Sahara

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As part of an earlier project (102019), researchers investigated a wide variety of zoonoses associated with urban smallholder dairy production in Dagoretti, Nairobi.

Kenya, North Of Sahara, South Of Sahara

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Urban areas of Indonesia generate about 55 000 tonnes of solid waste per day, an amount that is expected to triple by 2025.

Far East Asia, Indonesia, Central Asia, South Asia

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During the 1980s, it was thought that liberalizing trade and exposing industries to competition would result in the loss of some firms but a more productive and competitive industrial sector as a whole.

Middle East, North Of Sahara, South Of Sahara, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt

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Launched in 2001, the Regional Network on HIV/AIDS, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security (RENEWAL) is a growing network of networks made up of national food and nutrition organizations (public, private and nongovernmental) and partners in AIDS and public health.

North Of Sahara, South Of Sahara

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In Pratapura Industrial Area (Tikamgarh district, Bundelkhand region, Madhya Pradesh), stone quarrying and crushing is carried out by labor-intensive units employing unskilled workers on a seasonal basis complementing the agricultural cycle.

India, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia

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Mongolia has a large number of small leather tanneries that process some 30 000 skins per day, for a total output of about 8 million units per year.

Far East Asia, Mongolia, Central Asia, South Asia

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The first phase of research (100662) explored the dynamics of manganese in the ecosystem and its neurological effects on the adult population.

Mexico, North And Central America, South America

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Lake Naivasha basin located in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya is the site of increasing economic activity, especially floriculture.

Kenya, North Of Sahara, South Of Sahara

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IDRC's Ecosystem Approaches to Human Health (Ecohealth) program initiative began offering Graduate Training Awards in 1997.

Benin, Mexico

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