The 3ie Washington, DC, Evidence week will bring together development leaders, policymakers and researchers to discuss the future of evidence-informed policy. The events include the Howard White Lecture on 13 April and a day-long event on The Future of Impact Evaluation for International Development co-hosted by 3ie and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation on 16 April.
Topic: Promoting career aspirations as an HIV prevention strategy: findings from the Tisankhenji radio program in Malawi
Speaker: Rajiv Rimal, George Washington University
Date & Time: 23 April, 12-1.30 p.m.
Theme: Does agricultural commercialisation improve welfare? A replication study of Finding Missing Markets
Speaker: Benjamin DK Wood, 3ie
Date & Time: 24 April, 3.30-5 p.m.
Venue: Seminar Hall 3, Kamla Devi Block, India International Centre
This workshop organised by the Center for Behavioural and Experimental Social Sciences at the University of East Anglia and The Choice Lab at the Norwegian School of Economics are holding a workshop for prospective Ph.D. students who are using or planning to use lab-in-the field experiments in developing countries.
The 12th edition of the PEP (Partnership for Economic Policy) annual conference and general meetings will be held on the theme of 'inclusive growth and employment for poverty reduction in developing countries'. Discussions will focus on research and policy issues related to this theme.
A series of pre-conference intensive technical training workshops will be provided to developing country participants, from 29 April to 2 May 2 and the conference will also feature a special high-level policy forum on the theme 'Unlocking Africa’s growth for productive employment and poverty reduction'.
The Global Development Network (GDN) annual conference is based on the theme of Agriculture for sustainable growth: challenges and opportunities for a new ‘Green Revolution’. It will feature some of the work supported by GDN and its Regional Network Partners, as well as research studies from all over the world.