Events

3ie events

3ie hosts seminars, workshops and conferences in multiple locations across the world. These events focus on sharing the latest evidence, innovations in evaluations, systematic reviews, gap maps, replications and evidence use. They are a platform for vibrant discussions and debates between researchers, policymakers and programme managers on priority topics.

Upcoming events

29
January 2020
London, UK

Using evidence in humanitarian decision-making

CEDIL 29 January 2020 London, UK Sheree Bennett (International Rescue Committee) will discuss efforts to increase the use of evidence, the challenges and successes experienced to date and lessons for agencies wishing to adopt a more evidence-based approach.

29
January 2020
London, UK

Public good provision and deliberative democracy: evidence from Malawi

Seminar 29 January 2020 London, UK Annemie Maertens will present the results of a public goods game with farmer clubs in Malawi to determine the socio-political conditions that increase cooperation. This paper explores the conditions in which community-driven development programmes are most likely to succeed in assisting smallholder farmers.

12 - 14
February 2020
New Delhi, India

EvalFest 2020

Conferences 12 - 14 February 2020 New Delhi, India 3ie staff will be participating in sessions at EvalFest 2020 from 12-14 February in New Delhi. The Evaluation Community of India is organising this conference.

30
March 2020
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Learning days: design development workshop for principal investigators in Sub-Saharan Africa

Workshop 30 March - 03 April 2020 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP) is holding a learning days workshop in Addis Ababa from 30 March – 3 April 2020.

10 - 12
June 2020
New Delhi, India

First international survey methodology conference

Conferences 10 - 12 June 2020 New Delhi, India The National Council for Applied Economic Research’s Data Innovation Centre is organizing a conference on survey methodology from 10-12 June in New Delhi. The call for paper abstracts and applications for the pre-conference training programme is now open.

Previous events

Evidence-informed policymaking for rural transformation: An exploration of the role of women’s collectives and community participation

Conference 09 - 10 January 2020 New Delhi, India The World Bank, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation and DFID in partnership with the Ministry of Rural Development organised a conference to learn from research evidence about the role of women’s collectives and community institutions in fostering social change and bringing about rural transformation.

04
December 2019
London, UK

How the global innovation fund uses impact forecasts to guide investment decisions

CEDIL 04 December 2019 London, UK Ken Chomitz (Global Innovation Fund) explored the design philosophy behind the Practical Impact methodology, the way the organisation incorporates evidence, how it is implemented, and plans for future elaboration.

04
December 2019

Improving iron and folic acid supplementation through quality improvement: an effectiveness-implementation hybrid study type III

Webinar 04 December 2019 Speakers in this webinar discussed how they adopted the effectiveness-implementation hybrid design, to improve the delivery of iron-folic acid supplementation (IFAS) program within antenatal care for pregnant women in Uganda.

Learning about learning from learning about learning

Seminar 03 December 2019 New Delhi, India In this 3ie Delhi seminar, Lant Pritchett reflected on what these randomised evaluations have got wrong and right in the last few decades.

Plastics in the food system: A scoping review of the impacts on human health, environment, individual/household economics and food security

Seminar 27 November 2019 London, UK This seminar reviewed food system literature from ‘farm to flush’, examining the extent (volume of research), range (variety of exposure-outcome relationships) and nature (study characteristics) of evidence pertaining to both the beneficial and harmful impacts of food system plastics on human health, the environment, and individual or household level food security and economics.