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The Marriage of Research and Policy

 

The idea that public policy design should be informed by evidence is pretty much universal. But what does this ‘evidence’ consist of, and how should it inform the policy design process? Pose these questions and the picture becomes less clear.

The Economist as a Plumber

Financing the Sustainable Development Goals

 

When it comes to improving the lives of the world’s poorest people, traditional development assistance is vital. But we also know that a key challenge going forward will be to do more with less. That means creating the conditions that will encourage other actors to enter markets across the developing world and deliver real value.

Lively Minds: Testing What Works in Early Childhood Education

Across the developing world, 200 million children currently fail to reach their full educational potential. Although Ghana has made great strides in early childhood care and education (ECCE) in comparison to other African countries, 50% of children who take part in the Basic Education Certificate Examination fail.

Improving Immunization Coverage in Pakistan

At GIF our mission is to find, fund, and scale-up cost-effective, evidence-based innovations with the potential to measurably improve the lives of millions of people living on $5 a day or less in the developing world. We back promising innovations early on as they set out to build their evidence base.

A New Partnership for Africa’s Smallholder Farmers

As a group, smallholder farmers are among the most disadvantaged and vulnerable in the developing world.

PayGo Energy: Cooking on Your Terms