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Tamlyn Munslow - Research Officer

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This programme will assess the impact of new interventions and policy options across a range of policy areas.

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The Potential of M-health for Improved Data Use: Workshop Report

IDS Evidence Report 201 (2016)

The Institute of Development Studies (IDS), in partnership with World Vision Indonesia, are exploring whether a recently implemented nutrition surveillance intervention, known as M-health, is being used to improve community-based data collection on nutrition. More details

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Inclusion, Ethics and Evaluation: Panel Discussion

IDS Evidence Report 199 (2016)

This panel discussion is supported by the Institute of Development Studies' Department for International Development Accountable Grant, with a view to continue a dialogue around the use and application of ethics in impact evaluation. More details

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Assessing the Policy Impact of ‘Indicators’: A Process-Tracing Study of the Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI)

IDS Evidence Report 185 (2016)

In recent years, the global literature on reducing hunger and malnutrition has come to view progress as much an outcome of a political process as of (nutrition) technical interventions. Political commitment is now seen as an essential ingredient for bringing food and nutrition security higher up on public policy agendas. More details

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Monitoring and Evaluation Report: Year 3

IDS Evidence Report 159 (2015)

This is a brief report on the developments and use of the monitoring and evaluation system within the Institute of Development Studies’ Accountable Grant (AG). More details

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Sexuality, Poverty and the Law: A Case Study Approach for Exploring Avenues of Change

IDS Evidence Report 153 (2015)

There is increasing pressure in international development to demonstrate that aid spending has an impact. This includes spending on policy research. More details

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Centre for Development Impact.