Making evidence accessible

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.

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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.

Does promoting citizen engagement in the governance of public services lead to improved service delivery and quality of life?

Systematic review Brief 3ie 2019
This brief presents the findings of a systematic review examining the effects of citizen engagement interventions that aim to strengthen the participation, inclusion, transparency and accountability characteristics of public services on citizens’ social and economic well-being, and to explore how such effects are influenced by population group, context and implementation factors.

Breaking the political resource curse in natural gas management in Mozambique

Impact evaluation Brief 3ie 2019
This brief presents findings of an impact evaluation on providing information to local leaders and communities about the discovery of natural gas, and the implications for provincial government revenues and job creation.

How effective are transparency and accountability initiatives? An overview of new evidence

Working paper Brief 3ie 2019

This brief synthesizes main findings and key lessons from seven impact evaluations implemented across Ecuador, Ghana, India, Mozambique, Peru and Tanzania.

Using community stakeholder interventions to increase transparency and accountability in Uganda’s extractives sector

Impact evaluation Brief 3ie 2019

This brief presents the findings of impact evaluation evaluating Maendeleo ya Jamii, a civil society organisation that organised multi stakeholder forums to provide information, facilitate discussi

In search of the holy grail: can unconditional cash transfers graduate households out of poverty in Zambia?

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This impact evaluation assessed whether the effects of the Zambian government’s Child Grant Programme were sustained after households exited the programme. The authors find that the consumption and food security of the original households declined after the programme ended and positive effects had faded out two years later.