Project Data Last Updated: 09/06/2019
IATI Identifier: GB-1-204584
To make DFIDs Research agenda more responsive through the production of short term policy research that will address the needs of policy makers by providing them with primary evidence that can subsequently be used for policy analysis in such areas as Health, Education, Conflict, Cash Transfers, Aid Transparency, Tax Policy, Social Protection, Energy, Payment by Results, Economics and Innovation. Short term policy driver research studies will be commissioned in the following sectors and regions. A series of case studies will be developed for Higher Education covering Burma, Ghana, Pakistan and Sierra Leone. The information available on Electricity Access and Electricity Insecurity will be reviewed for India. A study will be undertaken on assessing the Cuban Model of Medical Education in sub-Saharan Africa. A review will be undertaken looking at Social Protection and Tax in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa and Activity based Learning will be reviewed in Tamil Nadu, India.
|Accountable:||Department for International Development|
|Funding:||Department for International Development|
|Implementing:||World Health Organization (WHO) ¦ Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) ¦ United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ¦ University of Sussex ¦ University of Oxford ¦ Sustainability Institute ¦ Ground Truth Solutions ¦ Development Pathways ¦ Ecorys Nederland B.V. ¦ University of Manchester, The ¦ University College London ¦ Institute of Development Studies ¦ Practical Action ¦ Integrity Action ¦ Oxford Policy Management ¦ Integrity Research and Consultancy Ltd ¦ Crown Agents Limited ¦ Tearfund ¦ Overseas Development Institute ¦ International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) ¦ University of Oxford ¦ United Nations University ¦ School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) ¦ National University of Ireland Galway ¦ Imperial College London ¦ Columbia University ¦ Innovations for Poverty Action ¦ United Nations University ¦ Royal United Services Institute ¦ Leonard Cheshire Disability ¦ International Institute for Environment and Development ¦ International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) ¦ Innovations for Poverty Action|
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