Simon Batchelor, Impact and Learning Team Manager at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

Simon Batchelor - Impact and Learning Team Manager (acting)

The Triple-S Initiative aims to catalyse systemic change in rural water policies and practices, to move from an infrastructure-based approach towards service delivery approaches. IDS is providing ongoing external learning and methodology support to the initiative.

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Exploring the role of ICTs for policymakers in the changing information ecosystem - studies on six country contexts

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Learning about Analysing Networks to Support Development Work?

IDS Practice Paper In Brief 1 (2011)

Exploring the use of network analysis to understand our own, our partners' and the intermediary sector's networks. More details

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Learning about an Alternative Approach to Strategic Discussions

IDS Practice Paper In Brief 2 (2011)

This paper looks at the use of graphic facilitation to support strategic discussions More details

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Dial ā€˜Nā€™ for Nutrition? A Landscape Analysis of What We Know About m-Nutrition, m-Agriculture and m-Development

IDS Working Paper 481 (2016)

Child undernutrition is one of the most devastating realities in many parts of the world. Globally in 2015, 159 million children below the age of five years were too short for their age (stunted) and 50 million were too thin for their height (wasted). More details

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Learning about Theories of Change and Embedding Reflection

IDS Practice Paper In Brief 15 (2013)

This paper is prompted by our own reflections on Theories of Change. More details

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Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable

IDS Bulletin 44.2 (2013)

Developing real time information streams is about new ways of collecting traditional data, and of facilitating the sharing of existing data and knowledge across sectors and institutions. More details