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This project aims to enhance the ability of IDRC-supported researchers working on impact evaluation (IE) studies to inform policy debates and maximize their influence on policy-making. The funds will be used to plan an IE workshop in conjunction
This project will examine the relationships between the private sector, public sector, and civil society organizations on development issues. It will provide evidence-based recommendations to sustain economic growth and development in
This funding will strengthen Fundación Dr Guillermo Manuel Ungo's (FUNDAUNGO) role as a credible public policy institution in El Salvador by enhancing its ability to provide high-quality, influential, and policy-relevant research.
This funding will help strengthen the role of Fundacio´n Salvadoren~a para el Desarrollo Econo´mico y Social (FUSADES) as a credible public policy institution in El Salvador by strengthening its ability to provide high-quality, influential, and
This funding will help strengthen Fundacio´n INESAD's role as a credible public policy institution in Bolivia by enhancing its ability to provide high-quality, influential, and policy-relevant research.
This project aims to study the impacts of reforms to increase participation rights in five Latin American countries at the local level.
During the 1990s, most Latin American countries adopted ambitious constitutional reforms
Although risk management is a common tool used for decision-making by private sector and public institutions in developed countries, it has yet to be fully incorporated into decision-making in developing countries, including those in Latin America
Improving primary health care for everyone requires an effort that extends beyond the formal health sector. This project will examine the value of intersectoral collaborations at the primary healthcare level to generate practical guidance and a
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for three out of every four deaths in Latin America. Poor diet is increasingly contributing to preventable, premature deaths and illnesses related to NCDs. This project will monitor and benchmark food
Local conflicts at the community and small city level have spread across Latin America in the last decade. When conflict stems from social or economic development issues, local mechanisms for resolving them are either not in place, are