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  1. Decolonising research: the importance of African, Asian and Latin American reference lists, languages, and journals

    Research

    Dr Kas Sempere works as a research associate on international development at the Open University (DPP), and is affiliated to the Research, Evidence and Learning Team (REL) in Christian Aid. She is the research coordinator for the Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID) programme. As we approach the end of our Evidence and Collaboration…

  2. Zimbabwe research report

    Research—Zimbabwe

    This research report (58 pages) presents new data on the access to health services for people with disabilities (PWDs) in Mutasa, Mutare Urban and Mutare Rural Districts in Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. This was a mixed-methods research based on a survey, interviews and group discussions. In this research paper, you will learn that: PWDs suffer from…

  3. Nigeria research report

    Research—Nigeria

    This research report (60 pages) presents new data on the access to education, health and other public services for discriminated groups in Anambra and Kaduna states, Nigeria. In this mixed-methods research paper, data on those interviewed concluded that: EDUCATION 30 percent of school age children, especially adolescents, drop out of school. Girls constitute the bulk…

  4. Myanmar Literature Review

    Research—Myanmar

    This literature review (19 pages) explores the access to basic public services for people with disabilities in Kachin and Kayin states, Myanmar. In this literature review, you will learn about: The relevance of the philosophical definitions of the “state” and of “human rights” for the current political situation in Myanmar The two main perspectives studying…

  5. GIPP launch event follow up

    The Gender, Inclusion, Power and Politics (GIPP) analysis toolkit was developed by Christian Aid and Social Development Direct and has been two years in the making. The toolkit integrates the concepts of power, gender and political economy analysis into one resource. The launch event on August 5th kicked off with Christian Aid’s Charles Gay and…

  6. Seven tools for collaboration in the third sector

    Blog

    Those of us in the third sector often talk about working together, working in partnership, in collaboration, in movements and alliances, using multi-stakeholder processes, or harmonising and synchronising our work. It didn’t take too long to rattle off a few common terms! The hope of improved outcomes and results drives us on ‘together’. But are…

  7. Collaboration Toolkit

    Resource

    How to Strengthen Collaboration: A toolkit for civil society organisations was developed by The Partnering Initiative (TPI) and The Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR) as a result of the project “Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development” (ECID). There is a lot of good practice available to help build, strengthen and…

  8. Nigeria Literature Review

    Research—Nigeria

    This literature review (37 pages) explores the improvement of access to basic service delivery for the most marginalised groups in Anambra and Kaduna States, Nigeria In this literature review, you will learn about: The conceptual, empirical and policy literatures about the subject Does “democratic governance” mean the same as “good governance”? Where does the concept…

  9. Zimbabwe Literature Review

    Research—Zimbabwe

    This literature review (19 pages) explores the access to health services for people with disabilities in Mutasa, Mutare Urban and Mutare Rural Districts in Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. In this literature review, you will learn about: The proportion of people with disabilities in Zimbabwe, by gender The different theoretical approaches that exist to study disability, such…

  10. Newsletter Issue 4: July 2021

    Publication—Myanmar, Nigeria, Zimbabwe

    Research innovation – community reporting – GIPP analysis toolkit – country successes and stories – we have a lot to share with you in this edition! As we continue to work through COVID-19 restrictions and impacts in our various locations, we have pressed on with many activities, some in person and some remotely.We are generating…