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HDRC website, aims to provide DFID advisers with high quality advice, expertise and knowledge in health, education and nutrition.
A new Human Development Resource Centre (HDRC) website, aiming to provide DFID advisers with high quality advice, expertise and knowledge in health, education and nutrition, went live last month.
Established in 2011, HDRC provides helpdesk services, for information requests, and consultancy services, which include short-term technical support, reviews and evaluations, strategy think-pieces, specialist reports and programme design. It is uniquely placed to support important policy decisions.
The new HDRC website aims to reach both DFID advisers and beyond, offering:
- Freely downloadable helpdesk and assignment reports
- Links to the latest research on health, nutrition and education,
- A Delicious social bookmarking service
- A monthly email update and RSS feed of the latest additions to the website
You can follow HDRC on Twitter @DFID_HDRC and suggest research through Delicious by using the hashtag #dfidhdrc.
For more information, contact email@example.com