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Soumissions récentes

  • Abitbol, Eric; Rastogi, Archi; Arsenault, Mariane; Rouleau, Esther; Pembleton, Corey; Amery, Hussein (Universalia, 2018-10)
    The International Development Research Centre (IDRC), a Canadian Crown corporation, commissioned this cross-program evaluation to understand if, how and to what extent its strategies and support have contributed to building ...
  • Testing 
    Test (IDRC, 2019-02-21)
  • Ludi, Eva; Nathe, Nathalie; Gueye, Bara; Suleri, Abid; Ndin, Rebecca; Fankhauser, Sam; Jobbins, Guy; Sisodia, Rajeshree; Pasanen, Tiina; Fonua, Helen; Carabine, Elizabeth; Salik, Kashif; Quaisrani, Ayesha; Wade, Cheikh; Gannon, Kate; Crick, Florence; Newborne, Peter; Bedelian, Claire; Eskander, Shaikh; Clare, Abbie; Batool, Samavia; Stockwell, Catherine; Rouhaud, Estelle; Ambrose, Kaia (Pathways to Resilience in Semi-Arid Economies (PRISE) Consortium, 2019-01)
    This report summarises: the key thematic, national and global findings and policy recommendations; related engagement activities and stories of impact; the approach taken by the consortium and how it was set up and managed; ...
  • Mogaka, Hezron (International Development Research Centre and ASARECA, 2019-01)
    This synthesis report recognizes varied outputs from the AFS research projects presented during the side event and proposes a generic framework as well as specific directions for enhancing AFS research through pro-poor ...
  • Auteur inconnu (International Development Research Centre / ASARECA, 2019-02)
    Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) continues to face persistent rural poverty, deepening food insecurity, and declining natural resource base and associated ecosystems services. These trends continue to undermine the ability of the ...

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