Systematic Reviews in International Development - Call for Proposals
6 April 2010 - 1 January 1970, DFID encourages proposals from researchers based in developing countries, and proposals including such researchers in the study team.
The Department for International Development (DFID) leads the UK Government’s fight against global poverty. It aims to help practitioners and policymakers increase the use of rigorous evidence in decision-making. DFID’s Research and Evidence Division is developing an initiative to strengthen the international community’s capacity for evidence-informed decision-making. DFID is calling for proposals from review teams who want to be part of a cutting-edge pilot to increase the use of evidence in policy and contribute directly to shaping international development policy and practice.
The programme focuses on developing and disseminating systematic reviews in international development that will map, critically appraise and synthesise international development evidence.
- Nauro F. Campos
- DFID encourages proposals from researchers based in developing countries, and proposals including such researchers in the study team.
- Open attendance
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