The new UK International Development White Paper – the first in 14 years – assigns a prominent role to social protection in tackling the connected challenges of poverty …
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Research from our Data & Evidence to End Extreme Poverty Programme considers the role of peace in achieving the SDGs.
In the latest episode of ‘International Development, Where Now?’, we take a deep dive into the development sector’s latest buzzword: Localization.
We suggest three strategies to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals: increased data sources, more innovative methodologies, and investment in local level …
What funders need to know: A strong relationship between the third party monitor and the implementer is the key to success
Five learnings from our work on the Women's Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programme.
Decentralised renewables are the missing link to meet the G20 goal of universal access to clean energy
Our evaluation of an energy financing initiative highlights the potential of various rooftop solar models. Here we discuss the pros, cons and opportunities for each.
How did we get to the point of debt crisis again? An explainer from our Director of Consulting, Linda Muruganandan and Chief Economist, Stevan Lee, outline the how’s, …
What funders need to know about stakeholder partnerships: Authentic collaboration creates solutions for problems you don't know you have yet
Making learning and adaptation an intrinsic part of programme design leads to higher impact and more effective outcomes.
Women and men face the same climate-related hazards, but very different risks and impacts in the dawn of climate shocks - how can insurance mechanisms respond?