Results for Development will research how evidence is translated between producers and users in the evidence-informed policymaking ecosystem. The research will include a map of translators in East and West Africa; a framework and typologies that describe their activities, contextual constraints, and enabling factors; and characteristics that influence their success. It will also include ethnographic case studies.
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Grants to this Grantee
for building an online platform to improve evidence and learning in the Social Accountability field
Results for Development Institute (R4D) is building an online platform (Atlas) to improve the quality and quantity of social accountability (SAc) usage worldwide to improve health, education, and other development outcomes. This grant will allow to design and test the Results and Learning components of the Atlas, and to develop strategies to encourage uptake such that these components improve the effectiveness of SAc work and among the SAc community of practice.
for dissemination activities related to QEDC evaluations
This grant to Results for Development Institute would enable them to translate the findings from evaluations of interventions in early-grade literacy and numeracy into actionable lessons and tools for practitioners, policymakers, donors, advocates, and researchers.
for development of accountability options for Family Planning Summit commitments
This renewal grant would allow Results for Development (R4D) to continue to develop options to strengthen monitoring and accountability mechanisms for the commitments made at the Family Planning Summit in July 2012 (FP2020). At the Summit, donors and governments pledged $4.6 billion to provide 120 million additional women with family planning information and services by the year 2020. R4D plans refine the options for accountability mechanisms based on consultations with key stakeholders, and generate support for funding and implementation of the emerging final recommendations.