Evidence gap maps

Our gap maps are thematic collections of existing evidence from impact evaluations and systematic reviews about effects of international development policies and programmes. The reports provide all of the supporting documentation, including the background information, methods and results, protocols, and analysis of what the map results mean.

Latest evidence gap map reports

Evidence gap map reports

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.

The effect of transparency and accountability interventions in the extractive sectors: an evidence gap map

Evidence gap map 3ie 2019
This report outlines the main findings of the map on effect of transparency and accountability interventions in the extractive sector.

Improving and sustaining livelihoods through group-based interventions: mapping the evidence

Evidence gap map 3ie 2019
This evidence gap map report describes existing and missing evidence on the effects of livelihoods interventions provided through groups in rural India.

Intimate partner violence prevention evidence gap map: 2018 update

Evidence gap map 3ie 2019
This report outlines the main findings of the updated intimate partner violence prevention evidence gap map. The update covers evidence published between August 2016 and July 2018.

Agricultural innovation: an evidence gap map

Evidence gap map 3ie 2017
This report outlines the main findings of an evidence gap map referring to agricultural inputs, practices and programmes aimed at improving farmers’ productivity and well-being.

Social, behavioural and community engagement interventions for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health: an evidence gap map

Evidence gap map 3ie 2017
This report outlines the main findings of an evidence gap map on social, behavioural and community engagement interventions related to reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health programmes in L&MICs.