Thrive is a large-scale, multi-country research and policy programme which aims to build understanding of Early Childhood Development (ECD) service delivery models, at scale, and how they can transform to significantly improve childhood health, nutrition, education and wellbeing outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. Thrive seeks comprehensive, practical answers about how ECD systems innovate, improve, and better serve children and communities.
New research highlights the need for additional multilateral finance coupled with impactful reform to accelerate post-pandemic recovery.
How can we unlock aid finance to support low-income countries that have been hit the hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic?
Increasing the use of evidence by policy makers in Uganda, Ghana, and Pakistan for informed decision making.
Takeaways from a funder partnering with African financial service providers to close the gap between formal and informal savings mechanisms
To successfully tackle climate change, policymakers need to address broader development issues
Looking at learnings from Ghana
This note reviews the theory and evidence around possible problems with natural resource extraction and considers the possible role of natural resources in structural transformation and inclusive growth.
A Savings at the Frontier blog post
The extractives industry is a key contributor to Ghana's economy, but how can inclusive growth be ensured?