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Nine key ingredients for transforming nutrition delivery
Lessons from a series of country-level case studies.
The role of social protection and agriculture in tackling chronic undernutrition
Research from Ethiopia and Bangladesh on the potential of nutrition sensitive interventions
Women at work
Understanding the social norms that restrict women s access to paid work.
Enabling environments for nutrition
Understanding the role of leadership, capacity and accountability.
The coastal ecosystem mapping and media viability project
Combating poaching and illegal logging in Tanzania: voices of the rangers – hands-on experiences from the field
Coastal blue carbon ecosystems. Opportunities for Nationally Determined Contributions. Policy Brief.
Blue carbon – Nationally Determined Contributions inventory. Appendix to: Coastal blue carbon ecosystems. Opportunities for Nationally Determined Contributions
Health service resilience in Yobe state, Nigeria in the context of the Boko Haram insurgency: A systems dynamics analysis using group model building
The RV Dr Fridtjof Nansen in the Western Indian Ocean: voyages of marine research and capacity development
Where are the data ethicists?
Bridging the research-policy gap: Africa’s youth employment challenge
Assessing the Quality of Evidence
Webinar: Rebuilding health systems in conflict and crisis affected settings
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Welcome to the new Eldis!
A short history of Eldis
Eldis supports free and open access to useful and relevant research on global development challenges.
Eldis is hosted by the Knowledge, Impact and Policy team at the Institute of Development Studies in the UK but our services profile work by a growing global network of research organisations and knowledge brokers. These partners help to ensure that Eldis can present a truly global picture of development research. More.