Research for Development Outputs

33,651 outputs
  1. School's out: Why northern Uganda girls and boys are not getting an education and what to do about it
  2. Migration and work: are women's work patterns changing in Bardiya, Nepal?
  3. How did social welfare provision (de-)legitimise the post-colonial state in Sri Lanka?
  4. Development, Climate and Environment: An Annotated Bibliography
  5. Links between Urbanisation and Employment in Rwanda
  6. Climate Compatible Development and Rapid Urbanisation in Rwanda
  7. Foundational Mathematics Education in Developing Countries
  8. Designing and Managing Innovation Portfolios
  9. G7 and G20 Commitments on Health
  10. Consumer Pressure, Labour Standards and the Ready-Made Garment sector
  11. Tech SMEs in India
  12. Impact of Development Capital on Poverty Reduction
  13. Making sense of women’s economic activity within DRC’s artisnal gold mining sector
  14. The importance of gender norms in promoting social accountability for women in DRC.
  15. Negotiating freedom? Interpreting women’s debt bondage in South Kivu artisanal gold mines
  16. On the political economy of data collection: Lessons from the unaccomplished population census (Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2006-2018)
  17. Reviewing DRC’s poverty estimates, 2005-2012: Unprecedented GDP growth without trickle down.
  18. Services and legitimacy: everyday experiences of the state in Nepal’s Terai region.
  19. Humanitarian governance and the consequences of the state fragility discourse in DRC’s health sector
  20. The state of the war-wounded in northern Uganda: Data from 2013-2018 on their lives and access to healthcare
  21. The political economy of human resource and payroll management in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  22. ‘We do what we have to do’: Cultures of indebtedness among women entrepreneurs in the east of Sri Lanka.
  23. ‘We are all IDPs’: Vulnerability and livelihoods in Mugunga 3 camp, Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  24. Services and legitimacy: exploring the everyday experiences of the state in Sri Lanka
  25. Everyday politics and practices of family planning in eastern DRC, the case of South Kivu.
  26. What matters to people when recovering from conflict?
  27. Why services won't always buy legitimacy: Everyday experiences of the state in Swat, Pakistan
  28. Defining and identifying IDPs outside of camps in South Kivu: challenges, contradictions and consequences
  29. Pathways to women’s empowerment: Navigating the hybrid social order in eastern DRC
  30. On borrowed time: The limits of informal credit for livelihood security in Herat, Afghanistan
  31. Policy dissonance in enterprise development programming in Sri Lanka
  32. Urban governance through personal connections: Kinshasa and its unlawful constructions
  33. Everyday politics and practices of family planning in eastern DRC, the case of South Kivu province
  34. Where does state capacity come from? Conjectures from DRC’s new provinces
  35. Tangled! Congolese provincial elites in a web of patronage
  36. Structure of the Global Ready-Made Garment Sector
  37. Evidence on Impact Evaluation of Road Transport Networks using Network Theory
  38. Gender Roles and Inequalities in the Nigerian Labour Market
  39. Legislation on Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda and England and Wales
  40. Mapping Security and Justice Activities in the Caribbean
  41. Evidence for Soft Power Created Via Scholarship Schemes
  42. Drivers and Enablers of Serious Organised Crime in Southeast Asia
  43. Changing Food Systems: Implications for DFID Priorities
  44. Overview of Sector Transformation Programmes Funded by DFID
  45. Climate Change, Vulnerability to Violent Extremism and Conflict in Kenya
  46. Transparency of Loans to Uganda
  47. Principal Lenders to Uganda
  48. Leaving No One Behind: Perspectives and Directions from DFID Multi-Cadre Conferences
  49. Baseline study on trained diploma midwives in Bangladesh
  50. Guidance, Standards, and Protocols in the Humanitarian Sector on Reducing Harm to the Environment