IRC is looking for any papers (published or unpublished) covering experimental or quasi-experimental impact evaluation evidence for interventions that target forcibly displaced populations in L&MICs, particularly those that may not have been found through database searches. Studies should also have strong accounting for potential confounding factors. Studies can examine the effectiveness of any intervention approach except for clinical or hospital-based health treatment. All papers that meet inclusion criteria will be synthesized in a rapid evidence review funded by the World Bank to better understand the effectiveness of various interventions targeting forcibly displaced women, men, girls and boys.
Please send any questions or relevant papers to Dr Ellie Ott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Norad is inviting research institutions and research organisations based in the Sub-Saharan Africa to submit applications for funding. The main purpose of this call is to finance high-quality research for development based on local needs within thematic priority areas. Norad provides mainly programme support, but can in some cases consider core support. Norad is making approximately 35 million NOK per year available under this call. The funding will support 4-6 institutions or organisations for a period of 3-5 years.