Engaging stakeholders to identify and address implementation bottlenecks in iron-folic acid supplementation programmes in East Central Uganda

Programme overview Brief 3ie 2021
 
This brief is based on a bottleneck assessment exercise that uses an implementation science approach to understand and improve iron-folic acid supplementation programmes for pregnant women in East Central Uganda.

Impacts of judicial reform in small claims procedures on court congestion in the Philippines

Impact evaluation 3ie 2021
 
Authors of this report assess the impact of an electronic case management system on court-and case-level outcomes such as operational efficiency, transparency and accountability, in the Philippines.

Impacts of judicial reforms to address court congestion and delays in justice in the Philippines

Impact evaluation Brief 3ie 2021
 
This brief summarizes findings from three impact evaluations that assess whether the Philippine Supreme Court-initiated reforms in technology and case management practices improve court efficiency and reduce congestion and delays.

Impacts of electronic case management systems on court congestion in the Philippines

Impact evaluation 3ie 2021
 
Authors of this report assess the impact of an electronic case management system on court-and case-level outcomes such as operational efficiency, transparency and accountability, in the Philippines.

Mapping energy efficiency interventions

Evidence gap map 3ie 2021
 
Authors of this report present the findings from an evidence gap map of interventions that promote energy efficiency and energy conservation.

What are the effects of increased access to electricity, particularly on women and youth?

Other briefs 3ie 2021
 
Authors of this rapid review brief summarize the evidence on the effects of programs that increase access to electricity, particularly on women and youth.

Assessing bottlenecks within Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation Delivery in Uganda: a workshop report

Working paper 3ie 2021
 
This working paper highlights the actions undertaken, results and lessons learnt during the implementation of the iron and folic acid supplementation (IFAS) study on pregnant women in East Central Uganda. The study was conducted applying the core principles of Implementation Science.

Literature review on selected factors influencing Iron Folic Acid Supplementation in Kenya and East Africa

Working paper 3ie 2021
 
Authors of this working paper reviewed published literature to understand what is known about the identified bottlenecks of the delivery system for Iron Folic Acid (IFA) Supplementation during pregnancy and how they affect consumption and adherence to IFA supplements.

27
May 2021
Online

Evidence dialogues: Using implementation research to strengthen nutrition interventions

Webinar 27 May 2021 Online

Despite best efforts, significant gaps persist between global nutrition targets and actual achievements. These gaps reflect the well-recognised implementation challenge in nutrition – the gap between knowledge of what works and the implementation of proven interventions to achieve coverage and impact at scale. Implementation science and research can help identify and address challenges to implementation. This session will focus on the role of implementation research for strengthening the planning, delivery, or scale up of nutrition interventions.

Closing soon
15
May 2021

Qualitative Researchers for Odisha, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana – Learning Study on Sanitation Livelihoods for Urban Collectives

Posted on: 29 April 2021 Jobs
 

3ie is inviting applications for three experienced qualitative researchers to be based in the states of Odisha, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana to support the learning study in India. The primary responsibility of the qualitative researchers will be to anchor and conduct field work in these states. Preference will be given to candidates who submit complete applications by 15 May 2021.

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Research assistants consultants 3ie, London, UK

Posted on: 15 March 2021 Jobs
 

3ie is inviting applications from qualified candidates to join our global pool of research consultants to support ongoing and upcoming projects with the Synthesis and Reviews office. Consultants will be trained and assigned to projects including evidence gap maps and systematic reviews. This is an excellent opportunity for recent graduates to gain paid, entry-level experience in applied research and international development. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the positions will remain open until filled. 

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Vice President of Monitoring, Evidence & Learning, BRAC

Posted on: 1 March 2021 Jobs
 

BRAC is seeking applications from highly-qualified candidates to develop and lead the overall monitoring, evidence and learning functions (MEL) for their Ultra-Poor Graduation Initiative (UPGI). As head of the MEL function, the Vice President will provide functional leadership, scaling standardization and management to Impact Monitoring, Research and Evidence, Knowledge and Learning, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging initiatives and Training. This is a critical leadership position in BRAC for those who are experts in the fields of Research and Evidence and Impact Monitoring.

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