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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

Promoting latrine use in rural Karnataka using the risks, attitudes, norms, abilities and self-regulation (RANAS) approach

Impact evaluation 3ie 2020
While the Swachh Bharat Mission in India has been successful in boosting latrine coverage, actual latrine use remains low in many areas of the country.

Building peaceful societies: an evidence gap map

Evidence gap map Brief 3ie 2020
This brief presents findings of an evidence gap map that highlights the rapidly growing evidence base of interventions that aim to build peaceful societies in fragile contexts.

Impacts of low-cost interventions to improve latrine use and safe disposal of child faeces in rural Odisha, India

Impact evaluation 3ie 2020
Authors of this impact evaluation report examines the impact of a multi-level intervention on latrine use and safe child faeces disposal behaviour in rural Odisha.

Building peaceful societies: an evidence gap map

Evidence gap map 3ie 2020
This evidence gap map report highlights the rapidly growing evidence base of interventions that aim to build peaceful societies in fragile contexts.

Improving households’ attitudes and behaviours to increase toilet use in Bihar, India

Impact evaluation 3ie 2020
Authors of this impact evaluation report evaluate the impact of a behaviourally-informed intervention in increasing intent, and habit, of toilet use among toilet-owning households in rural Bihar.

Rebuilding the social compact: urban service delivery and property taxes in Pakistan

Impact evaluation 3ie 2020
Authors of this impact evaluation examine if strengthening the link between local tax collection and urban services by considering citizen preferences for services, earmarking revenue for services, and enabling local politicians can increase citizens’ willingness to pay for services, improve service delivery, and enhance local politics.