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    • Humanitarian Evidence and Discourse Summary No.26 

      Kelly, Luke (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-05)
      This is the 26th monthly Humanitarian Evidence Summary (HUMES) to signpost FCDO and other UK government departments to the latest relevant evidence and discourse on humanitarian action to inform and support their response. ...
    • China’s Humanitarian Assistance Activities in Africa 

      Lucas, Brian (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-03-04)
      Chinese humanitarian aid in Africa in 2020 and 2021 was overwhelmingly dominated by the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which included providing medical supplies and medical teams in 2020, and consisted almost entirely ...
    • Approaches to Implementing National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security 

      Lucas, Brian (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-02)
      This report aims to identify a selection of programmes and projects undertaken by countries under their respective National Action Plans. It focuses on discrete, large-scale initiatives that specifically target aspects of ...
    • Reducing Criminal Violence Through Public Sector-led Multisectoral Approaches 

      Herbert, Sian (Institute of Development Studies, 2021-10-15)
      The last decades have seen increased consensus for the need to understand and address violence through a public health approach, and a preventative approach, as embodied by Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16. This ...
    • Metrics and Indicators to Assess Adaptation 

      Price, Roz (The Institute of Development Studies, 2022-03-08)
      The field of climate change adaptation metrics is complex and fast-changing. Given the highly contextual nature of adaptation and the array of applied definitions of adaptation and “success”, there is no single global set ...
    • Technical Aspects of e-Waste Management 

      Avis, William (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-03-01)
      Population growth, increasing prosperity and changing consumer habits globally are increasing demand for consumer electronics. Further to this, rapid changes in technology, falling prices, increased affordability and ...
    • Evidence on the Effectiveness of Covid-19 International Travel Measures 

      Lenhardt, Amanda (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-01-14)
      Evidence on the effectiveness of travel measures to prevent or slow the spread of Covid-19 and guidance on how and when to apply these measures is limited and the results are mixed. Given the social and economic disruptions ...
    • Descriptive Mapping of the Use of Digital Cash Transfer Modalities 

      Avis, William (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-02-02)
      The scale-up of Cash and Voucher Assistance is catalysing rapid change in the humanitarian sector. In particular, the use of digital payments or e-transfers in humanitarian settings has increased significantly in recent ...
    • Progress Towards Meaningful Women’s Participation in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Decision-making 

      Lenhardt, Amanda (Institute of Development Studies, 2021-12-03)
      The Women, Peace and Security or Gender Peace and Security (WPS/GPS) agenda has expanded significantly over the 20+ years of concerted efforts at many levels to expand the role of women in conflict resolution and peacebuilding. ...
    • Judicial Corruption and Gender 

      Herbert, Sian (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-01-22)
      This rapid literature review explores how judicial corruption affects women and men, and lessons from policy responses to tackle it. As there is very limited literature that directly addresses these questions, this query ...
    • Lessons Learned from Humanitarian Interventions in Ukraine (2014-2021) 

      Anna, Strachan (Institute of Development Studies, 2021-12)
      Eastern Ukraine has been affected by conflict since 2014, resulting in large numbers of people requiring humanitarian assistance. Throughout the different phases of the conflict, numerous lessons have been learned by ...
    • Malaria, HIV, and TB in Uganda: Epidemiology, Disease Control, and Interventions 

      Bolton, Laura (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-02)
      This report analyses the evidence on epidemiology (including demographic and geographic inequalities) and disease control challenges of malaria, HIV and TB; and on the effectiveness of interventions aimed at preventing, ...
    • Malaria, HIV and TB in Zimbabwe: Epidemiology, Disease Control Challenges and Interventions 

      Haider, Huma (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-02-18)
      Zimbabwe is a lower-middle income country in southern Africa with a population of approximately 15 million. Malaria, HIV and tuberculosis (TB) remain important public health concerns in the country, despite significant ...
    • Malaria, HIV and TB in Tanzania: Epidemiology, Disease Control Challenges and Interventions 

      Avis, William (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-01-28)
      Tanzania, officially the United Republic of Tanzania, is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region. The population is estimated to be 61 million in 2021. Malaria, HIV and tuberculosis (TB) are significant ...
    • Malaria, HIV and TB in Mozambique: Epidemiology, Disease Control Challenges and Interventions 

      Haider, Huma (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-01-28)
      Malaria, HIV and tuberculosis (TB) are significant public health concerns in Mozambique. Malaria was the fourth leading cause of death in the country in 2019, accounting for 42% of deaths among children under 5 years of ...
    • Humanitarian Evidence and Discourse Summary No.25 

      Kelly, Luke (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04)
      This is the 24th monthly Humanitarian Evidence Summary (HUMES) to signpost FCDO and other UK government departments to the latest relevant evidence and discourse on humanitarian action to inform and support their response. ...
    • Russia’s Approach to Civilians in the Territories it Controls 

      Quak, Evert-jan (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-03-22)
      This rapid review synthesises the literature from academic sources, knowledge institutions, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and trusted independent media outlets on the approach used by the Russian government to ...
    • Interventions Aimed at Preventing, Detecting and Treating Malaria, TB and HIV in Nigeria 

      Ozano, Kim (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-01-28)
      There is an abundance of available evidence on the effectiveness of interventions aimed at preventing, detecting and treating malaria, TB and HIV in Nigeria. The evidence suggests that future interventions concerning these ...
    • Malaria, HIV and TB in Nigeria: Epidemiology and Disease Control Challenges 

      Haider, Huma (Institute of Development Studies, 2021-12-22)
      Nigeria has the world’s highest number of people affected by malaria and the world’s second largest human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/AIDS burden. There is a high occurrence of co-infection of malaria in HIV patients ...
    • Malaria, HIV and TB in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Epidemiology, Disease Control Challenges and Interventions 

      Bain, Luchuo Engelbert; Dobermann, Darja (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-03-22)
      Malaria, human immune deficiency virus (HIV) and tuberculosis (TB) are leading causes of death and public health threat to millions in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The DRC is the second most malaria affected sub-Saharan ...