What Works Global Summit 2022: Recovery and resilience

The Campbell Collaboration and Campbell UK & Ireland co hosted What Works Global Summit (WWGS). The conference had plenary sessions, presentations and discussions about the latest research evidence on social science topics, from crime and justice to social welfare, education to international development, and more.

3ie participated in two sessions at the conference.

Start Date: 18 October 2022 End Date: 20 October 2022

Disaster prevention in humanitarian settings and LMICs: Current evidence, challenges, and opportunities

Date: 18 October 2022
Time: 9.45-10.45 am EDT | 13.45-14.45 UTC

Chair: Birte Snilstveit, Director Synthesis & Reviews, 3ie
Cem Yavuz, Research Associate, 3ie
Miriam Berretta, Senior Research Associate, 3ie
John Meyer, Senior Strategy and Impact Advisor, USAID Center for Resilience
Adam Trowbridge, Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor, USAID
Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, USAID
Christy Lazicky, Director of Impact Evaluation, Causal Design

This session, organized by the 3ie-led International Development Coordinating Group (IDCG) at the Campbell Collaboration, will include discussions around key findings from 3ie’s evidence gap map that identifies ongoing and existing impact evaluations and systematic reviews of the effects of interventions in humanitarian settings on food security outcomes in low- and middle-income countries.

Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this panel discussion has been canceled. Apologies for the inconvenience caused. 

Nutrition | Leveraging evidence mapping for rapid synthesis within the food systems sector

Date: 20 October 2022
Time: 8.30-9.30 am EDT | 12.30-13.30 UTC

Charlotte Lane, Senior Evaluation Specialist, 3ie
Njikam Ousmanou, Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP)
Edward Kusi Asafo-Agyei, International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED)
Tao Nian, Lanzhou University

The 3ie presentation will focus on our  ‘living’ Food Systems and Nutrition Evidence Gap Map, which is regularly updated. This gap map helps organize the evidence base on the impacts of food systems and nutrition interventions. The presentation will also cover an overview of a novel package of evidence aggregation and synthesis products associated with the Map.