The Development Evidence Portal

The Development Evidence Portal (DEP) is the world’s largest database of impact evaluations and systematic reviews on interventions to improve lives in low- and middle-income countries. It is updated monthly and contains more than 10,000 impact evaluations, systematic reviews and evidence gap maps. The DEP provides advanced searching capabilities and a rich set of options for filtering studies to help you find the evidence you need.

Mapping evidence to strengthen impact on resilience and food security
Mapping evidence to strengthen impact on resilience and food security

3ie is collaborating with partners at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and University of Notre Dame to explore ways to automate evidence screening and accelerate the production of evidence gap maps—to support the strategic and programmatic approaches of USAID's Bureau for Resilience and Food Security. Collaborators across the partner organizations share project insights in this blog.

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Evidence Dialogues: How community engagement interventions can increase routine immunization

Although the COVID-19 pandemic drew attention to the need for one specific vaccine, the disruptions it caused also exacerbated existing challenges in ensuring all the world's children receive their shots. This blog highlights takeaways from a discussion of the findings and implications of an upcoming 3ie systematic review on the effects of community engagement interventions on the uptake of routine childhood vaccines.

Effects of women’s empowerment interventions in food systems

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 
This brief summarizes findings from a rapid evidence assessment of studies on women's empowerment interventions and their effects on nutritional outcomes.

Land tenure formalization and regularization activities in low-income countries

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 
This brief summarizes the findings of a rapid evidence assessment on land tenure formalization and regularization activities in low-and middle-income countries.

Quantitative Research Assistant Consultants (remote)

Posted on: 3 June 2022 Jobs
 

3ie is recruiting Quantitative Research Assistant Consultants to support various projects of our Synthesis and Reviews Office, including evidence gap maps, systematic reviews, and rapid evidence assessments. Key responsibilities include supporting systematic search and screening processes, extracting data from studies, including quantitative data, and data analysis. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Consultant – Data Science and/or Machine Learning (Senior) Specialists for Evidence Synthesis (remote)

Posted on: 3 June 2022 Jobs
 

3ie is looking for one or more data science/machine learning experts to help improve the timeliness and efficiency of our synthesis projects, as well as develop an infrastructure of continuous evidence surveillance of the international development literature. We are open to hiring one person with all relevant skills or multiple people with specialized expertise for particular types of tasks. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Fiscal policies for healthy diets: Can taxes and subsidies change what you buy?

Systematic review Brief 3ie 2022
 
While several countries have implemented tax and subsidy policies to support healthy diets, systematic evidence of their impacts is limited, especially in low-and middle-income countries. The authors of this brief summarize the findings of a systematic review on the effects of fiscal policies on diet quality and health.

Effects of women’s empowerment interventions in food systems

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 
This brief summarizes findings from a rapid evidence assessment of studies on women's empowerment interventions and their effects on nutritional outcomes.

Land tenure formalization and regularization activities in low-income countries

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 
This brief summarizes the findings of a rapid evidence assessment on land tenure formalization and regularization activities in low-and middle-income countries.

Do performance-based contract models perform?

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 
This brief summarizes findings from a rapid evidence assessment that synthesizes available rigorous impact evaluations of performance-based contracting in road construction in L&LMIC countries.

07 - 12
November 2022
New Orleans, USA

Evaluation 2022 Conference

Conferences 07 - 12 November 2022 New Orleans, USA The American Evaluation Association’s Evaluation 2022 conference, with the theme (re)shaping evaluation together, brings together unique evaluation skills, competencies, and perspectives to (re) shaping evaluation together.

Data Scientist or Senior Data Scientist (Delhi/remote)

Posted on: 8 August 2022 Jobs
 

3ie is looking for a Data Scientist or Senior Data Scientist based in Delhi, with scope for remote working. Key responsibilities include providing technical and management leadership and support in the application of data science (including spatial data science) methods to impact evaluations and evidence synthesis, including the use of big data and predictive analytics. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Closing soon
25
August 2022

Finance Assistant, Delhi Office

Posted on: 4 August 2022 Jobs
 

3ie is looking for a Finance Assistant based in New Delhi to support the team on payment disbursals, financial documentation, expense processing, monthly closing activities, annual audit, and other accounting transactions. The application deadline is 25 August 2022.

Quantitative Research Assistant Consultants (remote)

Posted on: 3 June 2022 Jobs
 

3ie is recruiting Quantitative Research Assistant Consultants to support various projects of our Synthesis and Reviews Office, including evidence gap maps, systematic reviews, and rapid evidence assessments. Key responsibilities include supporting systematic search and screening processes, extracting data from studies, including quantitative data, and data analysis. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.