This section brings together our multimedia products covering a wide range of topics and sectors to showcase 3ie's activities and work. It is also home to key knowledge-sharing as well as training resources produced by our teams over the years - many of them in collaboration with key partners. Whether you are an evaluator, educator, communicator or member of the media, this section helps you stay on top of our latest videos, podcasts, news and features.



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Food System and Nutrition Evidence Gap Map

Evidence gap maps and syntheses are particularly important for helping researchers, funders, and decision-makers quickly digest massive amounts of information. Developed with support from Innovative Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Actions (IMMANA), the living EGM has been commissioned by Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit's (GIZ) 'Knowledge for Nutrition' program.

Partner Messages

4 videos available

Evidence Dialogues Interviews

2 videos available

Evidence impact stories

13 videos available

3ie How-To videos

11 videos available

3ie-ADB lecture series

13 videos available



Intro: Towards economic empowerment and self-empowerment of women

3ie's Swashakt podcast series aims to explore the pathways towards economic empowerment and self-empowerment for women - primarily in India but also in other L&MICs.


3ie announces center to manage FCDO research investments

3ie announces centre to manage FCDO research investments

The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) is proud to announce the establishment of a new research commissioning centre to support the Research and Evidence Directorate (RED) of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). Led by 3ie, the University of Birmingham and an unmatched consortium of UK and global research partners, this centre will help manage strategic investments in science, technology and evidence. Over the next few years, FCDO will invest up to £25…

Latest News and Features


Research Commissioning Centre: Upcoming calls for proposals

09 January 2024
Through our recently announced Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Research Commissioning Centre we intend to launch several calls for proposals in early 2024. The research will cover a range of development and diplomacy topics. If you are interested in receiving updates about the upcoming opportunities, please sign up here.

Global Evidence Commitment

27 October 2023
The Global Evidence Commitment is an opportunity for leading institutions to commit to improving evidence culture and use in their organizations.

Strengthening our leadership team: Message from Executive Director Marie Gaarder

06 September 2023
One of my priorities as executive director is to ensure 3ie remains a credible and reliable partner for our many stakeholders working to improve people's lives. One of the key success factors, is the right combination of staff and leadership who can deliver high-quality, timely and relevant evidence for decision-makers, ensure evidence is accessible and used. I'm proud to lead a team of very talented staff who are committed to achieving 3ie's mission, and excited to announce two new additions to our leadership team.

Leveraging sanitation for livelihood

3ie, in partnership with the ministry of housing and urban development department, Odisha, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, conducted a year-long study to understand the barriers and facilitators of urban collectives engaged in the sanitation work . This op-ed recounts how the state government of Odisha has been able to provide employment opportunities to more than 6,500 women- and transgender-collective members through the various sanitation models, and how scale-up of this project combined with evaluation evidence can prove beneficial across the country

International coalition champions global health equity

13 July 2023
In 2023 the World EBHC Day organizing partners have invited Health Information for All (HIFA), E-Base Africa, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), The George Institute and University of Global Health Equity as campaign partners. 3ie is excited to contribute to developing and strengthening the campaign, ‘Evidence and Global Health Equity’, with our unique expertise, knowledge and resources.

Remembering Dr Rosaine Yegbemey

It is with great sadness that we share that our friend and colleague Dr Rosaine Yegbemey passed away on 29 January 2023. Rosaine had been a part of 3ie in different ways since 2015, first part of our evaluation team in New Delhi and, more recently, as a research fellow. Rosaine was an active collaborator, a beloved colleague and a friend to many at 3ie.

3ie receives US$ 4.5 million grant from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott

11 November 2022
We are proud to share that 3ie has received a gift from MacKenzie Scott of US$4.5 million in unrestricted funds for organizational support. Ms Scott, in a medium post, announced her recent round of donations of more than $1 billion to 343 organizations that are “supporting the voices and opportunities of people from underserved communities.”  This is a significant contribution that will help us build a stronger 3ie, and further our mission of improving lives through evidence-informed decision-making. We will be working internally and with our partners to ensure we use these funds strategically and effectively.   “We are excited to be among a select group of organizations that have received generous support from Ms MacKenzie Scott. This recognition and support are hugely motivating and will enhance our ability to make more high-quality evidence publicly available." --- Marie Gaarder, Executive Director Over the last 14 years, 3ie has grown from strength to strength. We have diversified the types of research we produce, the sectors we work in, the geographies we focus on and the populations we serve. Thanks to support from our partners, we have managed to keep public goods like our Development Evidence Portal free for all users and to strengthen the capacity to produce and use evidence to improve development programs and policies. We are committed to continuing this work, and once again, welcome the support from Ms Scott and others.