The 3ie-LIDC seminar series ‘What works in international development’ has been running on a monthly basis since early 2011.
Researchers present the results of impact evaluations, systematic review or methodological contribution at these seminars.
These seminars are a great space to interact with researchers, policymakers and development practitioners. They are useful for those who want to know more about evidence-based policy making.
Venue: LIDC, Room 103, 36 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD.
Time: 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm.
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The effects of school-based decision making on educational outcomes in low and middle income contexts by Roy Carr-Hill, 3 December
Cost-effectiveness analyses of complex interventions in low and middle income countries by Edoardo Masset, 25 November
The effects of training, innovation and new technology on african smallholder farmers’ wealth and food security by Laurenz Langer, 21 October
Economic self-help group programmes for improving women’s empowerment by Thomas de Hoop, 22 October
(How) does the World Bank learn? Insights from a new evaluation by the Independent Evaluation Group by Marie M. Gaarder and John R. Heath, World Bank, 17 June
Community-based rehabilitation facilities for the differently-abled in low- and middle-income countries by Karl Blanchet, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Valentina Iemmi, London School of Economics and Political Science, 10 June
Interventions to support employment among differently-abled adults in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review of evidence, by Janice Tripney, University College London, 25 March
What is a process evaluation and how to design one? Example of Sinovuyo Teen Parent Support Program in South Africa, by Yulia Shenderovich, Cambridge University, 26 February