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IDRC grantee Benalaya appointed director of the École supérieure d’agriculture Mograne, in Tunisia

04/09/2014

IDRC is pleased to congratulate IDRC grantee Abdallah Benalaya on his recent appointment as director of the École supérieure d'agriculture Mograne (ESAM), in Tunisia. For the past two years Benalaya has served as lead of the IDRC-funded Virtual...

Call for Concept Notes: Open Science Network

11/08/2014

The Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network (OCSDNet) is pleased to announce the launch of the public Call For Concept Notes for case studies that explore the linkages between open science and development.   OCSDNet aims to support...

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Highlight: Preparing African youth for the workforce

22/07/2014

High youth unemployment rates are undermining Africa's efforts to fight poverty and, more fundamentally, promote sustainable development. Against this backdrop, a recent high-level conference looked at the training and job-creation strategies...

Highlight: Research to feed Africa symposium highlights practical solutions

23/06/2014

More than 120 food security researchers gathered recently to share research findings and practical solutions aimed at improving the productivity, income, and nutrition of African smallholder farmers.   Researchers from Canada and nine African...

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Bulletin — Summer 2014

Ten times a year, IDRC publishes the IDRC Bulletin, which offers insights into the world of international development research.

Featured Publication

E-GOVERNMENT FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES<br>Empirical Evidence from the eFez Project

E-GOVERNMENT FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Empirical Evidence from the eFez Project

E-Government for Good Governance in Developing Countries provides practical supporting material on information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D), specifically, e-government implementation. In this book, Kettani and Moulin...

Latest Projects

Youth, Politics and the Media: Legitimacy Issues in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

Since Tunisia's revolution in 2011, youth have represented a fundamental challenge for the country's political stability.

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Microwork and Virtual Production Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia

As use of the Internet and mobile technologies in the developing world continues to grow at a high rate, there is potential to provide real income …

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