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How can ICTs help address health challenges in low- and middle-income countries?

The use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) within health systems is often referred to as electronic health – or simply eHealth. IDRC’s dual focus on strengthening capacity and influencing policy has shaped the variety of eHealth...

Outcome Mapping

The Evaluation Unit and a number of IDRC programs worked with Barry Kibel of the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation to adapt his Outcome Engineering approach to the development research context. In 2001, a methodology called "Outcome...

Organizational Assessment

The Evaluation Unit, in partnership with Universalia Management Group, has worked in organizational assessment for over 15 years. We have developed an organizational performance assessment framework, including a guide for self-assessment. ...

Gender Evaluation Methodology (GEM)

The Association for Progressive Communications Women's Networking Support Programme (APC WNSP) developed GEM and GEM-related resources to facilitate learning about using information and communication technologies (ICTs) for gender equality. GEM...

Accountability Principles for Research Organizations

Accountability Principles of Research Organisations provides a framework for establishing accountability good practices and principles for policy-oriented research organizations working in developing countries. The core principles of participation...

CHANGING MINDS
A Guide to Facilitated Participatory Planning

This book draws on the work of thinkers and doers throughout the world who have grappled with the challenge of planning complex institutions, especially health systems and development projects. Their problem: Conventional planning methods often do...

THE KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION TOOLKIT
Bridging the Know–Do Gap: A Resource for Researchers

The Knowledge Translation Toolkit provides a thorough overview of what knowledge translation (KT) is and how to use it most effectively to bridge the “know–do” gap between research, policy, practice, and people. It presents the theories, tools, and...

ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES
Canadian–Latin American Perspectives

The workshop on which this volume is based represents one of the first formal activities of the "Canada–Latin America Initiative on Biotechnology, the Environment and Sustainable Development" (CamBioTec). The decision by IDRC to host this...

In Conversation: Michael Quinn Patton

Many development programs are evaluated to determine how effective and useful they are. But how effective and useful are the evaluations themselves? Internationally renowned evaluator, Michael Quinn Patton, recently came to IDRC to discuss his...

In Conversation: Carol Weiss and Evert Lindquist on policymaking and research

It seems logical to suggest that public policies would be better constructed if policymakers had access to the best research. Yet all too often, researchers and policymakers inhabit separate spheres — the work of the two does not connect. For...

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