3ie’s Systematic Review 4 call is funding 8 systematic reviews
3ie along with NORAD, Sightsavers and Population Services International had invited proposals for systematic reviews to strengthen the international community's capacity for evidence-based policymaking. This was the fourth call for proposals under 3ie's Systematic Reviews programme.
This call closed on March 30, 2012. Successful teams were notified in June 2012.
The funded reviews
What are the effects of women’s self-help group programmes on women’s empowerment?
What factors affect take up of voluntary and community-based health insurance programmes?
What factors affect sustained adoption of clean water and sanitation technologies?
Effectiveness of community monitoring tools in curbing corruption and increasing efficiency in service delivery: Evidence from low income countries
Impact of payment for environmental services and de-centralized forest management on environmental and host communities’ welfare: a systematic review
Interventions to promote the participation of adults with physical and sensory disabilities in education and the labour market: a systematic review
What are the effects of behaviour change communications strategies embedded in social marketing programs on health behaviours and related health and welfare outcomes?
The identification and measurement of externalities in impact evaluations: a systematic review
Focus of 3ie Systematic Reviews Call 4
For this call, 3ie together with NORAD, Sightsavers and Population Services International had developed 10 proposed systematic review questions. The proposed review questions ranged from microfinance, health insurance, and water and sanitation to agriculture, governance and conservation.