3ie LIDC-London Seminars 2018

The 3ie-LIDC seminar series ‘What works in international development’ has been running on a monthly basis since early 2011.

Researchers present the results of impact evaluations, systematic review or methodological contribution at these seminars.

These seminars are a great space to interact with researchers, policymakers and development practitioners. They are useful for those who want to know more about evidence-based policy making.

Venue: LIDC, Room 103, 36 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD.

Time: 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm.

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Past seminars

Water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions for households, communities, health facilities and schools: findings from a sector-wide evidence gap map, Hugh Waddington & Hannah Chirgwin, 3ie, 10 October 2018

Assessing the effectiveness of services provided by Cocoa Board (COCOBOD): Ghana's success storyShashidhara Kolavalli, IFPRI, 7 June 2018

Using internal evaluations to measure organisational impact: a meta-analysis of Oxfam’s women’s empowerment projects, Simone Lombardini, Oxfam, 23 May 2018

Asset transfers to women in poverty in South asia: qualitative reflections on two Randomized Control Trials, Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics, 25 April 2018

Where next for evaluations of water and sanitation interventions in LMIC cities?, Richard Lilford, University of Warwick, 14 March, 2018

The impact of finance on welfare of smallholder farmers in Ghana, Ralph Essem Nordjo, 7 February, 2018

Child marriage and Infant mortality: Causal Evidence from the Ethiopian Child Marriage BanJorge Garcia, 24 January, 2018

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