This report presents the findings of an evidence gap map that identifies the evidence on the effects of interventions that seek to improve state-society relations. An increasing number of systematic reviews and impact evaluations addressing this topic are being published. However, there remain some clear gaps in the evidence. The spread of studies across countries and geographic regions is uneven. There is limited or no evidence relating to many countries with large populations that face substantial governance challenges. Even where that evidence base is strongest, important policy questions remain. There are a number of interventions for which there is an extensive body of impact evaluations, but are yet to be the subject of a high-quality systematic review. This is particularly true for several interventions designed to enhance the transparency, effectiveness and inclusivity of political and electoral institutions and processes.
Authors of this report presents the findings of a systematic search to identify and map the evidence base of impact evaluations and systematic reviews of interventions that aim to promote political competition effectiveness in low- and middle-income countries.
This report provides an overview of the available impact evaluations and systematic reviews on agriculture-led growth interventions to support decision-making in global agricultural development. This map was commissioned by USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security.
The authors of this report map the latest impact evaluations and systematic reviews that assess the effects of food systems interventions on food security and nutrition outcomes in low-and middle-income countries. This is a mid-term report that provides an overview of the evidence up to January 2023.
The authors of the report systematically describe the available evidence on the effects of nutrition-sensitive agriculture interventions across food systems in low-and middle-income countries. This map was commissioned by USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security.