CEDIL funds 25 new innovative research projects
The Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) has announced awards for 25 innovative research projects, which include evaluations, secondary data analysis, evidence synthesis and exploratory studies. These projects focus on evaluating complex interventions, enhancing the transferability of research findings and promoting evidence-informed decision-making. Covering over 20 low- and middle-income countries, they break new ground in terms of research design and fill critical evidence gaps in priority sectors and geographies. For more information on these projects, please click here.
A map of evidence maps relating to sustainable development in low-and middle-income countries
This report presents the findings of a map of evidence maps designed to catalogue maps relating to development interventions in low-and middle-income countries. The authors used a modified version of the 3ie’s evidence gap map methodology to identify, categorise and display evidence maps within a framework of intervention sectors adapted from the World Bank categorisation and outcomes classified according to the Sustainable Development Goals. This report has been produced by CEDIL, supported by UK aid through DFID, with contributions from 3ie.