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Publication

As part of our mandate as a knowledge producer and translator for our main audiences, we maintain a range of free online publication series: briefs, impact evaluation reports, systematic review technical and summary reports, replication papers, evidence gap map reports, scoping, and working papers.

Latest publications

Latest publications

Impacts of vouchers for households affected by displacement in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Impact evaluation Brief 3ie 2020
This brief is based on the findings of a 3ie-supported impact evaluation measuring the impacts of support to households for better adult mental health, child health, social cohesion and resilience.

How evidence is informing solutions to South Africa’s early grade reading crisis

Evidence use Brief 3ie 2019
In South Africa, 78 per cent of the children in fourth grade struggle to understand the meaning of what they read. An evaluation of the Early Grade Reading Study provides evidence that can help decision makers respond to this reading crisis.

Social protection: a synthesis of evidence and lessons from 3ie- supported impact evaluations

Working paper 3ie 2019
This paper synthesises the evidence on the impact of transfer modalities and large-scale, government-implemented social protection programmes.

Impacts of financial inclusion in low- and middle-income countries

Systematic review Brief 3ie 2019
This brief presents the findings of a systematic review of reviews that synthesised 11 systematic reviews or meta analyses on the effects of financial inclusion interventions in low- and middle-income countries.

How education about maternal health risk can change the gender gap in the demand for family planning in Zambia

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This report seeks to evaluate the impact of an intervention targeted at married men in Lusaka, Zambia.

Using evidence to improve children’s foundational skills: a successful teaching and learning approach expands in India and beyond

Evidence use Brief 3ie 2019
This brief describes how impact evaluation evidence informed the scale-up of a government-led Teaching At the Right Level model in India and other countries.