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How do the State’s Organisational Capacities at the Micro-and Macro-Levels Influence Agriculture-Nutrition Linkages in Fragile Contexts?
This paper systematically reviews the evidence on what capacities the state requires to leverage agriculture for nutrition in fragile...
Surfacing key drivers of the worst forms of child labour and developing interactions to counteract them.
The Centre for Development Impact (CDI) contributes to learning and innovation in the field of impact evaluation. The Centre aims to improve the assessment of impact on the poor, particularly through the use of appropriate, mixed method, and robust evaluation designs.
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Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA) is an international research partnership. We are working together to discover how agriculture and food-related interventions can be better designed to improve nutrition, particularly for children and adolescent girls.
The Health and Nutrition Cluster pursues programmes of research and policy engagement on health systems, nutrition and understandings of...
Through our research, policy engagement, teaching and training, the Rural Futures cluster supports the emergence of development pathways...
A timely new IDS Bulletin entitled ‘Has Universal Development Come of Age?’ explores how South and North approaches to development can be interlinked and argues that in order to achieve development for all more needs to be known about the nature of learning from South to North.
Development policy, practice and research have largely adhered to a North–South, geographic and aid-driven view of the world. Over the...