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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12107
Date: 2016-07-17

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<dc:description>In 2014 The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and The Department for International Development (DFID) set four groups of researchers a challenging task: to look across the more than 100 diverse projects funded through the Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research and synthesise and assess the evidence they had generated on a number of themes: children and young people; gender; health; and research methods. The resulting reports, Evidence Synthesis Research Awards (ESRA), are intended as rich sources of information of interest to a wide audience. The ESRA highlight the specific achievements and contributions of Joint Fund research – to knowledge about development issues, to methods and approaches to researching these, and to supporting social and economic impact. The Impact Initiativehas produced a series of summaries to capture these findings and their implications for policymakers and researchers to accompany the main reports.</dc:description>
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<dc:language>en</dc:language>
<dc:publisher>Overseas Development Institute</dc:publisher>
<dc:source>2052-7209</dc:source>
<dc:subject>Children and Youth</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Poverty</dc:subject>
<dc:title>New knowledge on children and young people: A Synthesis of Evidence from the ESRC-DFID Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research</dc:title>
<dcterms:dateAccepted>2015-01-01</dcterms:dateAccepted>
<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="true">Marcus, Rachel</rioxxterms:author>
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<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="false">Stephenson, Janey</rioxxterms:author>
<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="false">Walker, David</rioxxterms:author>
<rioxxterms:publication_date>2015-04-01</rioxxterms:publication_date>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12106
Date: 2016-07-15

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<dc:description>A gendered understanding of poverty is crucial for exploring its differing impacts and this analysis provides valuable insights in a number of key areas. This evidence is a synthesis from 122 research grants awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and UK Department for International Development (DFID) Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research since 2005. &#13;
&#13;
The insights could have particular relevance as governments focus on working towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that include commitments on gender equality across the board.&#13;
&#13;
Gender is one of four areas that the ESRC and DFID tasked four groups of researchers to look at, across the diverse projects funded through the Joint Fund. The resulting reports - children and young people; gender; with those on health; and research methods to follow - will be valuable pieces of research and rich sources of information which we all hope will be of interest to a broad range of audiences. They highlight the specific achievements and contributions of Joint Fund research - to knowledge about development issues, to methods and approaches to researching these, and to supporting social and economic impact.&#13;
&#13;
The ESRA also point to spaces where more research would be valuable, issuing challenges both to researchers and funders to consider how they continue to drive, as well as respond to, evolving development agendas and changing global circumstances.&#13;
&#13;
A series of summaries to capture these findings and their implications for policymakers as well as for researchers also accompany the main reports, produced by the Impact Initiative.</dc:description>
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<dc:language>en</dc:language>
<dc:publisher>The Impact Initiative</dc:publisher>
<dc:subject>Gender</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Poverty</dc:subject>
<dc:title>New Knowledge on the Gendered Nature of Poverty and Wellbeing: A Synthesis of Evidence from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and UK Department for International Development (DFID) Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research</dc:title>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12108
Date: 2016-07-15

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<dc:description>A gendered understanding of poverty is crucial for exploring its differing impacts and this analysis provides valuable insights in a number of key areas. This evidence is a synthesis from 122 research grants awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and UK Department for International Development (DFID) Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research since 2005. &#13;
&#13;
The insights could have particular relevance as governments focus on working towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that include commitments on gender equality across the board.&#13;
&#13;
Gender is one of four areas that the ESRC and DFID tasked four groups of researchers to look at, across the diverse projects funded through the Joint Fund. The resulting reports - children and young people; gender; with those on health; and research methods to follow - will be valuable pieces of research and rich sources of information which we all hope will be of interest to a broad range of audiences. They highlight the specific achievements and contributions of Joint Fund research - to knowledge about development issues, to methods and approaches to researching these, and to supporting social and economic impact.&#13;
&#13;
The ESRA also point to spaces where more research would be valuable, issuing challenges both to researchers and funders to consider how they continue to drive, as well as respond to, evolving development agendas and changing global circumstances.&#13;
&#13;
A series of summaries to capture these findings and their implications for policymakers as well as for researchers also accompany the main reports, produced by the Impact Initiative.</dc:description>
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<dc:language>en</dc:language>
<dc:publisher>ESRC-DFID Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research</dc:publisher>
<dc:subject>Gender</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Poverty</dc:subject>
<dc:title>Gender Evidence Synthesis Research Award (ESRA)</dc:title>
<dcterms:dateAccepted>2015-01-01</dcterms:dateAccepted>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12118
Date: 2016-08-17

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    <datestamp>2016-08-17T22:01:15Z</datestamp>
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<dc:coverage>Pakistan</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>Haiti</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>Sudan</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>Afghanistan</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>South Sudan</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>Somalia</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>Nepal</dc:coverage>
<dc:description>This issue of Frontiers of CLTS explores the potential, and some of the recorded learning, on how CLTS, as a community-based, collaborative approach to sanitation behavioural change, can be applied successfully in contexts of fragility and displacement, leading to communities more convinced and prepared to maintain and develop safe sanitation practices.</dc:description>
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<dc:identifier>https://opendocs.ids.ac.uk/opendocs/bitstream/123456789/12118/1/Issue%209%20-%20post%20emergencies%20FINAL.pdf</dc:identifier>
<dc:language>en</dc:language>
<dc:publisher>Institute of Development Studies</dc:publisher>
<dc:source>978-1-78118-307-6</dc:source>
<dc:subject>Aid</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Health</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Security and Conflict</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Water</dc:subject>
<dc:title>CLTS in Post-Emergency and Fragile States Settings</dc:title>
<dcterms:dateAccepted>2016-07-01</dcterms:dateAccepted>
<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="true">Greaves, Frank</rioxxterms:author>
<rioxxterms:publication_date>2016-07-01</rioxxterms:publication_date>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12120
Date: 2016-11-07

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<dc:description>This note summarises the potentials and limitations of using a CLTS approach&#13;
in peri-urban and urban environments. It identifies the actions needed to take&#13;
the approach to scale. It is one output from a workshop convened by the CLTS&#13;
Knowledge Hub at the Institute of Development Studies, and Plan International&#13;
Ethiopia in Addis Abba between June 13th-15th 2016. A more detailed report can be&#13;
found on the CLTS Knowledge Hub website: www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/resource/using-clts-approach-peri-urban-and-urban-environments</dc:description>
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<dc:language>en</dc:language>
<dc:publisher>Institute of Development Studies</dc:publisher>
<dc:source>978-1-78118-315-1</dc:source>
<dc:subject>Health</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Participation</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Science and Society</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Water</dc:subject>
<dc:title>Using a CLTS Approach in Peri-Urban and Urban Environments: Potential at Scale</dc:title>
<dcterms:dateAccepted>2016-07-01</dcterms:dateAccepted>
<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="true">Myers, Jamie</rioxxterms:author>
<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="false">Cavill, Sue</rioxxterms:author>
<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="false">Pasteur, Katherine</rioxxterms:author>
<rioxxterms:publication_date>2016-07-01</rioxxterms:publication_date>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12121
Date: 2016-07-25

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    <identifier>oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12121</identifier>
    <datestamp>2016-07-25T22:18:55Z</datestamp>
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<dc:coverage>Africa</dc:coverage>
<dc:coverage>Asia</dc:coverage>
<dc:description>Great strides have been made in improving sanitation in many developing countries. Yet, 2.4 billion people worldwide still lack access to adequate sanitation facilities and the poorest and most vulnerable members of society are often not reached and their specific needs are not met. Moreover, sustainability is currently one of the key challenges in CLTS and wider WASH practice, subsuming issues such as behaviour change, equity and inclusion, physical sustainability and sanitation marketing, monitoring and verification, engagement of governments, NGOs and donors, particularly after open defecation free (ODF) status is reached, and more. Achievement of ODF status is now recognised as only the first stage in a long process of change and sanitation improvement, with new challenges emerging every step of the way, such as how to stimulate progress up the sanitation ladder, how to ensure the poorest and marginalised are reached, or how to maintain and embed behaviour change.&#13;
&#13;
There have been several useful studies on sustainability that have highlighted some of these different aspects as well as the complexities involved. This book develops these key themes by exploring current experience, practices, challenges, innovations and insights, as well as identifying a future research agenda and gaps in current knowledge. Describing the landscape of sustainability of CLTS and sanitation with reference to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and through examples from Africa and Asia, the book captures a range of experiences and innovations from a broad range of institutions and actors within the WASH sector, and attempts to make recommendations and practical suggestions for policy and practice for practitioners, funders, policy-makers and governments.</dc:description>
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<dc:language>en</dc:language>
<dc:publisher>Practical Action</dc:publisher>
<dc:source>978-1-85339-927-5</dc:source>
<dc:source>978-1-78044-927-2</dc:source>
<dc:subject>Development Policy</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Health</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Participation</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Science and Society</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Water</dc:subject>
<dc:title>Sustainable Sanitation for All: Experiences, challenges and innovations</dc:title>
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<rioxxterms:author first-named-author="false">Fox, John</rioxxterms:author>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12128
Date: 2016-09-27

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    <datestamp>2016-09-27T10:05:18Z</datestamp>
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<dc:coverage>Bangladesh</dc:coverage>
<dc:description>The following report outlines the findings of a study conducted by the&#13;
Carter Center’s Global Access to Information Program and the Manusher&#13;
Jonno Foundation, with support from the Bangladesh Information Commissioner&#13;
and the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs in six districts&#13;
of Bangladesh between April and December 2015. The study is&#13;
part of a multicountry project to assess the hypothesis that women are&#13;
not able to exercise the right to information with the same facility&#13;
(frequency, ease, and rate of success) as men. More specifically, if an information&#13;
asymmetry was demonstrated, the study went further to&#13;
identify the cultural, structural, and legal barriers that women face that&#13;
may impede access to public information, as well as to determine women’s&#13;
most critical information needs. Local researchers conducting the&#13;
assessments collected three types of data: interviews with community&#13;
leaders, expert opinion interviews, and nonparticipant observations at&#13;
public agencies, with accompanying short interviews of civil servants&#13;
and visitors to the agency. Qualitative and quantitative data were collected&#13;
in six districts, including Dhaka, Khagrachari, Khulna, Rajshahi,&#13;
Rangpur, and Sylhet, in both the sadar and rural upazilas in each district&#13;
to provide a more complete view of the issues facing women in exercising&#13;
the right to information. Secondary data was collected through desk&#13;
research and triangulated with the other data sets. The findings were&#13;
notable, indicating the perception of an asymmetry of information flows&#13;
based on gender in many of the districts assessed. The study found that&#13;
women face great challenges and myriad barriers in accessing government-held&#13;
information critical for economic empowerment and the protection&#13;
and fulfillment of fundamental rights. The data also illustrated&#13;
the perception that information most important to women for gaining&#13;
opportunities for advancement is often the most difficult to obtain.&#13;
Through participatory validation processes in each of the districts in the&#13;
study, additional contextual information and narratives were collected.&#13;
The Carter Center, Manusher Jonno Foundation, and additional&#13;
Bangladeshi partners, including civil society and government, will utilize&#13;
this evidence base to promote creative solutions and actions to&#13;
make the right of access to information more meaningful for women in&#13;
Bangladesh.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>To demonstrate the hypothesis that women are not able to access information with the same facility (frequency, ease, and rate of success) as men, The Carter Center developed a quantitative and qualitative study. The Bangladesh study, conducted by Manusher Jonno Foundation, not only assessed whether women are able to exercise the right to information with the same facility as men but also identified the main obstacles facing women in accessing information, and types of information most critical to women for economic empowerment and the protection of rights.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>The policy brief by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) highlights that while it is widely agreed that domestic resource mobilization is the way to go, the 2015 Africa Capacity Report shows that this may not be achieved because of one missing link: the capacity to do so. It highlights that the civil society, which consists of organized groups and institutions that are independent of the state, can play a leading role in bargaining with Government on behalf of the people around effective strategies for mobilizing domestic resource and curbing illicit financial flows in Africa.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>In a situation of longstanding and complex violent conflict in Buenaventura, Colombia, we&#13;
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agency mean to them and how they experience and exercise citizen agency in relation to the&#13;
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Direct violence was at a peak in urban Buenaventura when the action research was&#13;
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interconnections between power, violence and active citizenship, what emerged most&#13;
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citizens in ways that correspond to certain power theorists’ interpretations of ‘invisible power’.&#13;
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and youth.&#13;
&#13;
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invisible expressions of individual and collective resistance to the violent re-shaping of&#13;
norms, beliefs and values.&#13;
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perspective; illustrates the shortcomings of simplistic assumptions about citizen engagement&#13;
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<dc:description>The peacebuilding field is full of examples of technology use that failed to live up to expectations. Effective conflict early warning and prevention approaches depend on building and strengthening relationships. The research that this briefing is based on – carried out in South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda – shows that, at best, information and communications technologies (ICTs) can support relationship building, but that they are not a substitute for the human element that is essential to creating trust, dialogue and shared goals. The research team argue that what is needed for effective conflict early warning are location-appropriate methods that can build on existing communication channels and strengthen trust between the people communicating. If ICTs are imposed externally in an effort to find a ‘solution’ to ‘conflict’, they are likely to be ineffective and unsustainable, and can do more harm than good.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>India’s national network of social justice activists and civil society organisations helped achieve legal recognition for the Right to Food in the early 2000’s and are engaged in an ongoing struggle to implement the right to food in practice. The legal strategy of the Right to Food Campaign, and the shortcomings of India’s primary right to food vehicle, the Public Distribution System (PDS) are well documented. There is relatively little on the Campaign’s contribution to innovation and improvement in the PDS, and its role in blocking a rollback of both the Right to Food and the PDS.&#13;
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After a decade, following the trajectory of the RTF campaign and the activism to implement PDS effectively, we believe that the composition of the national activist network and, related, its multi-scalar strategy, have been vital to its ability to shape national political debate and government policy in a first period (2001–08), and subsequently to defend advances in reform of the Right to Food from rollback in a subsequent openly hostile political environment (2009–2015). Based on new research carried out in 2015 we explain what happens to a network when one of its members enters electoral politics, and the campaign’s resilience in a hostile political environment.&#13;
&#13;
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<dc:title>Civil Society Innovation and Resilience in the Struggle for the Right to Food in India</dc:title>
<dcterms:dateAccepted>2016-08-11</dcterms:dateAccepted>
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<dc:coverage>Pakistan</dc:coverage>
<dc:description>This paper analyses the pathways and disconnects between agriculture and nutrition in the context of Pakistan, using a framework developed by theTackling the Agriculture-Nutrition Disconnect in India (TANDI) research programme. The pathways identified are: agriculture as a source of food; agriculture as a source of income; supply and demand factors in agriculture that impact household food security; non-food expenditure of income derived from agriculture; and, role of gender through female employment in agriculture and its impact on intra-household allocations, care practices and women's own energy expenditure.&#13;
&#13;
The analysis highlights the importance of moving beyond understanding agriculture as a source of food for farm households, and examines the trade-off between self-consumption and the market price of food. The study shows that in Pakistan:&#13;
&#13;
the price of most food is not determined by local supply and demand conditions, but by global markets&#13;
an increase in agricultural income from cash crops, such as cotton, does not necessarily lead to increase in consumption of own-produced food. Cash crops often leave less room for food crops&#13;
some regions with the worst nutritional outcomes are those where the agricultural economy is doing relatively well. In such areas, demand for women's labour is often high, which can have both positive and negative effects on nutritional outcomes.&#13;
These findings have important policy implications and the TANDI framework is a useful starting point to understand the agriculture-nutrition link in Pakistan. However, the authors establish that assessing progress along any particular pathway between agriculture and nutrition reveals that there are a wide range of intervening processes and conditions, which require further investigation:&#13;
&#13;
Agricultural growth may benefit those households which have access to land, but it may be the landless or land-poor that are the most nutritionally deprived. There is a clear hierarchy between farmers and labourers in terms of income, food security, nutritional outcomes.&#13;
Patriarchy and unequal gender relations influence social policy and norms which adversely affects maternal health practices, women's empowerment and intra-household allocations of food.&#13;
Behaviour and preferences of households and individuals over matters concerning food consumption, dietary diversity, and care practices have an influence over agriculture's ability to address undernutrition.&#13;
Political priorities and organisational effectiveness.&#13;
The authors conclude that a research agenda that addresses these gaps can play a strategic role in addressing agriculture-nutrition disconnects and improve nutritional outcomes. Existing programmes and policies, such as cash transfer programmes and land grant schemes, that address themes in gender relations and access to land provide opportunities for grounded empirical and policy research.&#13;
&#13;
[adapted from summary written by S. Zuberi, from CSSR Pakistan]</dc:description>
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<dc:publisher>Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA)</dc:publisher>
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<dc:subject>Health</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>Nutrition</dc:subject>
<dc:title>Agriculture and nutrition in Pakistan: pathways and disconnects</dc:title>
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<dc:description>It is increasingly recognised that agricultural growth and development do not necessarily translate into improved nutrition outcomes. Policymakers are increasingly grappling with how to design and implement agricultural policies and programmes that can also achieve nutritional objectives. Agriculture has direct links to nutrition in that it provides a source of food and nutrients and a broad-based source of income, as well as directly influencing food prices. Gender roles mediate these linkages, particularly in relation to increased food availability and increased income. Thus, one possible pathway through which agricultural development could improve health and nutrition outcomes is by considering gender roles and gender equity in agriculture. Using household survey data from Nepal, the author of this paper investigates the impact of women’s empowerment in agriculture and production diversity on dietary diversity and anthropometric outcomes of mothers and children. Production diversity is positively associated with mothers’ dietary diversity and body mass index. Production diversity is positively associated with dietary diversity for children under two and predicts weight-for-age (WAZ), weight-for-height (WHZ), and height-for-age (HAZ) z-scores of children over two years of age. Indicators of empowerment are significantly associated with maternal outcomes but have a variable effect on child outcomes. Women’s autonomy in production and hours worked improve maternal and children’s dietary diversity and child HAZ.</dc:description>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12149
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Date: 2016-08-17

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<dc:description>Results of the latest nationwide nutrition survey show that Pakistan has persistently high rates of undernutrition despite respectable rates of economic growth. Amongst economic sectors, agriculture could have positive impacts on nutrition outcomes, but only through nuanced approaches. Exploring possible links between agricultural growth and nutrition improvement in the country reveals that land, gender relations, individual behaviour and preferences, as well as political priorities and organisational effectiveness, act as disconnects between agriculture and nutrition. These areas represent both opportunities and challenges for improving nutrition outcomes. This has important implications for existing policy and programmes that address issues such as labour arrangements, women’s agency, social protection and citizenship.&#13;
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<dc:description>Making safe, nutrient-rich foods more accessible to people on low-incomes is one way to reduce micronutrient undernutrition (the lack of essential nutrients and minerals required by the body for healthy development). &#13;
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<dc:description>South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa are the two regions of the world with the highest concentration of undernutrition. The majority of the nutritionally vulnerable populations in both regions is dependent in some way upon agriculture as a primary source of livelihood. The agriculture sector and wider agri-food system is considered to be central to sustained progress in reducing undernutrition – and yet not enough is known about how to unleash this potential. Recent scoping assessments have also revealed a paucity of information on wider political, institutional and policy-related challenges relating to the agriculture-nutrition nexus globally. Contextualized research into policy processes and the political economy of agriculture and nutrition is needed to better characterize “enabling environments” for agriculture to benefit nutrition, and how these environments can be shaped and sustained. This study aims to contribute to filling this gap, by drawing upon evidence from a set of case studies in South Asia (India, Bangladesh and Pakistan) and eastern Africa (Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya). In synthesizing results across countries, while recognizing important nuance and detail, we conclude by highlighting four key issues to be addressed. First, improving knowledge and perception of undernutrition and its links to agriculture, on the part of agricultural policymakers and programme managers. Second, generating system-wide incentives for decisions and actions to become more pro-nutrition. Third, developing transparent systems of accountability for nutrition-relevant action throughout the agriculture sector, through linking timely and actionable data and evidence with incentives. And fourth, cultivating and strengthening leadership and capacities at different levels, underpinned by adequate financing.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>South Asia has experienced rapid economic growth, yet it still has the highest rate of child malnutrition in the world, and half the population is undernourished. Besides children, undernutrition among women and adolescent girls is also a major concern. The lack of progress in solving undernutrition, in all its guises, reflects in part the complexity of factors involved.&#13;
&#13;
There is increasing interest in the links between agriculture and nutrition outcomes in consumers who derive some or all of their food through markets. Seeing that many households rely on food purchases for all or part of their nutrient intake, attention is being given to the scope for developing and improving the functionality of agri-food value chains for better nutrition. Also, many households in South Asia rely on market purchases seasonally or year round, for some or all of their dietary needs. For these people, access to food depends upon how the food markets function.&#13;
&#13;
This paper lays out a conceptual framework to guide the analysis of value chain-based interventions aimed at enhancing the intake of micronutrient-dense foods in South Asia under the LANSA research programme. It describes in broad detail how this framework is employed to undertake a series of case studies of value chain-based interventions aimed at increasing consumption of nutrient-dense foods in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. The conceptual framework specifically focuses on understanding the effectiveness of interventions in enhancing the performance of food markets in terms of the availability, affordability, acceptability and consumption of nutritious foods by the poor on a sustained basis, with particular emphasis on infants and women of child-bearing age. The ultimate aim is to identify the most effective strategies for ensuring that nutritious foods get to the poor and are eaten and draw lessons that can inform policy in the region.</dc:description>
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<dc:title>Assessing the Effectiveness of Agri-Food Value Chain Interventions Aimed at Enhancing Consumption of Nutritious Food by the Poor: Conceptual Framework</dc:title>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12160
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<dc:title>Some economic aspects of jute production in Bangladesh: an inter-district study</dc:title>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12166
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<dc:description>Undernutrition is more widespread and persistent in South Asia, including India, with higher numbers of undernourished people living in rural areas. Indian evidence often shows a weak linkage between agriculture and nutrition, though there is ample scope for agriculture to contribute towards reducing undernutrition. This study probes further to understand the linkage between agriculture, dietary diversity and women’s Body Mass Index (BMI) in rural areas of India, as few studies have looked at household nutritional intake and adult nutrition outcome in this context. &#13;
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In the first part of the analysis, we find that in Indian rural areas, women in cultivator households or those who have a higher share of agricultural incomes have lower rates of undernutrition and it is the women in non-agricultural wage labour households who are worse off. To capture the specific features of agriculture, the second part of the analysis focuses on farm households, wherein dietary diversity reflecting nutrition intake is modeled at the household level, while women’s BMI-capturing nutrition outcome is modeled at the individual level. Instrumental variable quantile regression model is used to estimate the women’s nutritional status with potential endogeneity of dietary diversity. &#13;
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Our findings validate once again that dietary diversity improves with:&#13;
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<dc:description>Understanding policy debates from the past can help to explain and address the challenges of today. Agriculture can play an important role in the reduction of undernutrition in India. However, the nutrition-enhancing potential of agriculture remains underused. In order to understand the roots for the weak links between agriculture and nutrition in contemporary India, this paper follows the evolution of the policy debates on nutrition and agriculture from India’s Independence to the present. The frame analysis reveals several substantial shifts in the framing. Undernutrition has been framed as a health issue (1950-’65), a problem of food shortage (1965-’75), a multidimensional poverty challenge (1975-’97) and a nutrition and food security issue (after 1997). The framing of agriculture remained more or less unchanged until the early 2000s, with agriculture being portrayed as a key driver of economic growth and the foundation of food security. During the last 10-15 years the awareness of the potential of agriculture for a balanced, diversified and nutritious diet gradually increased in the policy debates; however, deeply-rooted beliefs and perceptions about agriculture remain and may hinder the development of more nutrition-sensitive agricultural programmes and policies.</dc:description>
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<dc:title>Learning From the Past: Framing of Undernutrition in India Since Independence and Its Links to Agriculture</dc:title>
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<dc:description>Though India’s rank has improved in the Global Hunger Index, contributed largely by the fall in the underweight rates for children, concerns of high level of undernutrition in predominantly agricultural pockets remain. This study aims at linking child underweight rates to agricultural land productivity, a proxy for agricultural prosperity, and to the provisioning of public services, using district-level data.&#13;
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The study estimates a three-stage least squares (3SLS) model with a log-linear specification. Unlike many earlier studies, the results indicate a possible positive relationship between agricultural land productivity and child underweight rates. It appears that the district-level analysis is able to capture aspects of agro-climatic conditions, agricultural development and its spillover effects, and public services delivery more effectively when compared to several studies based on household-level survey data.&#13;
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<dc:description>This research aims to examine the socio-economic correlates of anemia in women, and potential sources of iron in household diets in Afghanistan. It also examines whether ownership of agricultural (particularly livestock) assets and their use in food production has a role in alleviating anaemia, especially where local markets may be inadequate. We analyse data from the 2010/11 Afghanistan Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, estimating a logistic regression to examine how anemia status of women is associated with socio-economic covariates. A key result found is that sheep ownership has a protective effect in reducing anemia (prevalence odds ratio of sheep ownership on anemia of 0.83, 95% confidence interval (CI): 0.73–0.94) after controlling for wealth and other covariates. This association is found to be robust to alternative model specifications. Given the central role of red meat in heme iron provision and absorption of non-heme iron, we hypothesise that sheep ownership promotes mutton consumption from own-production in a setting where market-sourced provision of nutritious food is a challenge. We then use the 2011/12 National Risk and Vulnerability Assessment household data to understand the Afghan diet from the perspective of dietary iron provision, and to understand interactions between own-production, market sourcing and mutton consumption. Sheep ownership is found to increase the likelihood that a household consumed mutton (odds ratio of 1.27, 95% CI: 1.15–1.42), the number of days in the week that mutton was consumed (prevalence rate ratio of 1.24. 95% CI: 1.12–1.37) and the quantity of mutton consumed (7 grams/person/week). In the subsample of mutton consumers, households sourcing mutton mostly from own production consumed mutton 1.5 days more frequently on average than households relying on market purchase, resulting in 100 grams per person per week higher mutton intake. Thus this analysis lends support to the notion that the linkage between sheep ownership and anemia risk is at least partly due to consumption arising from own-production in the presence of market incompleteness.</dc:description>
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<dc:title>Reducing Anemia Prevalence in Afghanistan: Socioeconomic Correlates and the Particular Role of Agricultural Assets</dc:title>
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<dc:description>How can agriculture play a more effective role in improving nutrition in countries with a high burden of hidden hunger and where an increasing proportion of the poor sources its food from the market? There is a need to understand how linkages between the farm and the consumer can be made to work for nutrition goals.&#13;
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This review paper examines the case of Pakistan, which has a relatively productive agricultural sector but which has experienced high and persistent rates of undernutrition. A promising analytical and research perspective in this regard is the concept of value chains, which highlights the multiple ways in which producers and consumers are linked through a variety of processes, interactions and stakeholders. Moreover, value chain-based approaches have been popular development interventions in agricultural and food systems.&#13;
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This review has compiled 24 agri-food value chain interventions which aim to increase the consumption of nutrient-dense foods or increase their supply to post-farm gate poor populations. This paper provides a descriptive overview of the actors and activities involved in these interventions, and an analysis of the characteristics and challenges of the various agri-food value chain approaches, with the objective of providing insight into the potential of food-based value chain approaches in tackling undernutrition. The review sets out the basis for an empirical analysis which will examine the ability of three of these interventions to address undernutrition. The rationale for the selection of these three case studies and a broad overview of them has also been set out. Further analysis on how the selected agri-food value chain interventions may influence nutritional outcomes will be provided in the forthcoming case studies.&#13;
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the value chain approach is still largely being utilised as a tool to improve livelihoods in Pakistan, with some examples of interventions connecting this approach to pre-farm gate consumption&#13;
agri-food value chain interventions which have a focus on providing nutrient-dense foods to poor consumers could have a greater focus on distribution and utilising those channels through which the poor access food&#13;
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<dc:title>Review of Agri-Food Value Chain Interventions Aimed at Enhancing Consumption of Nutritious Food by the Poor: Pakistan</dc:title>
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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12386
Date: 2016-10-21

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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12620
Date: 2016-10-18

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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12635
Date: 2016-10-24

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ID: oai:opendocs.ids.ac.uk:123456789/12637
Date: 2016-10-31

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<dc:description>Two-thirds of people in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to electricity, a precursor of poverty reduction and development. The  international community has ambitious commitments in this regard, e.g. the UN’s Sustainable Energy for All by 2030. But scholarship has not kept up with policy ambitions. This paper operationalises a socio-technical transitions perspective to analyse for the first time the potential of new, mobile-enabled, pay-as-you-go approaches to financing sustainable energy access, focussing on a case study of pay-as-you-go approaches to financing solar home systems in Kenya. The analysis calls into question the adequacy of the dominant, two-dimensional treatment of sustainable energy access in the literature as a purely financial/technology, economics/engineering problem (which ignores sociocultural and political considerations) and demonstrates the value of a new research agenda that explicitly attends to theories of social change – even when, as in this paper, the focus is purely on finance. The paper demonstrates that sociocultural considerations cut across the literature’s traditional two-dimensional analytic categories (technology and finance) and are material to the likely success of any technological or financial intervention. It also demonstrates that the alignment of new pay-as-you-go finance approaches with existing sociocultural practices of paying for energy can explain their early success and likely longevity relative to traditional finance approaches.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>Innovation systems are critical to technology transfer and implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). Innovation systems provide an important platform for conceiving and incubating climate technologies. In East Africa, various stakeholders have different views of what constitute a good innovation system. These views are informed by country experiences and context in relation to social, technological and institutional innovation systems. The diverse experiences, lessons and contexts from the East African countries can potentially inform a rich and evidence-driven platform for a regionally integrated innovation system for the EAC which could in turn be informative to national systems. However, such opportunities could be enhanced through strengthening institutional structures that allow for cross-sectoral, cross-country and multi-level knowledge and experience interchanges.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>This short think piece draws from a desk review of experience in using innovation to increase social inclusion, and an exchange of ideas in an e-dialogue between practitioners and scholars in January 2014. It draws on research and experiential evidence, and borrows its framing and title from the concept of 'maker culture'. It explores who innovators are and how they innovate, and the roles different champions play in innovation systems. It includes five one-page summaries of key research in this field.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>In this thinkpiece we introduce an area of activity that has flourished for decades in all corners of the globe, namely grassroots innovation for sustainable development. We also argue why innovation in general is a matter for democracy. Combining these two points, we explore how grassroots innovation can contribute to what we call innovation democracy, and help guide innovation so that it supports rather than hinders social justice and environmental resilience. We suggest it does so in four related ways: &#13;
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<dc:description>Open Democracy Advice Centre, a South African civil society organisation working on transparency and accountability, has been heavily involved in the Open Government Partnership (OGP) since its inception. Through this work, it saw that poor interdepartmental coordination was hindering the South African government’s ability to implement its ambitious commitments to revitalise the public service, promote transparency, and use technology to strengthen governance. Making All Voices Count gave ODAC a practitioner research and learning grant to see what could be learned about how interventions like the OGP can enhance the potential for interdepartmental coordination. Using a conversational format, this Practice Paper discusses both the research findings, and the broader context for open governance reform in South Africa.</dc:description>
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Date: 2016-12-16

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<dc:description>ProSAVANA, the Mozambique-Brazil-Japan Cooperation Programme for the Agricultural Development of the  Savannah of Mozambique, is the most visible of Brazil’s international agricultural cooperation projects. In the period since its launch in 2010 it has become a magnet for internationally-minded Brazilian agribusiness interests and a rallying-point for their domestic opponents. It was initially framed as the centrepiece of the Mozambican government’s proclaimed strategy to promote an agrarian transformation of the ‘Nacala Corridor’ region, which includes some of the country’s poorest, most populous and most politically contested rural areas. It has now become a key focus for contention between government and civil society in Mozambique, as well as a source of tensions between different parts of Mozambican civil society. The contestation process has led to major changes in the programme’s focus and approach, and consultation is now under way on a ‘Master Plan’ for the Nacala Corridor that has little in common with the version initially outlined by the promoters of Brazilian agribusiness expansion  to the region. At the same time, Brazil’s engagement with ProSAVANA has been transformed by major changes in the country’s own political and economic context. This paper traces the pathways that plans for ProSAVANA and transnational mobilisationsagainst the programme have followed over the course of the half-decade since work on the ‘Master Plan’ began. It examines how different visions of agricultural development and different practices of social mobilization have interacted within Brazil and Mozambique and travelled between the two countries, with the aim of drawing lessons for future studies of the South-South Cooperation initiatives that are increasingly connecting BRICS and other rising powers with African countries.</dc:description>
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Date: 2016-12-19

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<dc:description>Agriculture has played a hugely important role in the recent history of Brazil’s economy. The country had a food production deficit until as late as the 1970s, but since the early twenty-first century has been one of the world’s principal exporters and a leader in production technologies adapted to tropical climates. Many researchers – and diplomats – have concluded that this is where Brazil can make its principal contribution to the African continent: supporting agrarian transition and helping to find ways of using local natural resources to build an agriculture with high productivity and improved commercial value. Brazil’s image of success always appears associated with the experience of programmes such as Prodecer and Proálcool, which led to its excellence in the production of soybeans and sugarcane bioethanol respectively. What underlies this image? The official discourse seeks to present the country as a simple case of complementary coexistence between a modern large-scale corporate agriculture segment and another segment based on small family producers. At another extreme of the debate is an alternative view: the discourse of the social movements, with a different reading but based on a similar dualism. The so-called Brazilian model, this discourse argues, is underpinned by an incurable conflict between these two segments, agribusiness being the antithesis of family farming. This paper seeks to show that a much more complex reality exists behind this binary interpretation. On the one hand, where the usual polarised view sets up the figure of agribusiness there are in reality at least three segments of the economy (one, indeed, made up of family producers, and another of companies that can hardly be described as agribusinesses). And where that view, on the other hand, posits ‘family agriculture’ as a single category, there are also three distinct narratives within that notion – each one articulated by a group of interests and organisations with different concepts about the role of agriculture in today’s world, the uses of technology and nature, and relations with the state and the market.</dc:description>
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<dc:description>Asian cities have been central drivers of Asia’s economic growth in the last few decades.&#13;
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municipalities fail to deliver key service provisions to citizens, and civil society engagement&#13;
in urban governance and institutions remains very limited. This case study outlines how&#13;
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initiated organised civic engagement and municipal reforms in two of Asia’s least developed&#13;
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<dc:description>Civil society organisations (CSOs) from&#13;
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demanding transparency and accountability around&#13;
the aid that their own countries still receive,&#13;
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have been key actors – alongside government and&#13;
businesses – in developing innovative practices which&#13;
have immense potential to contribute to the global&#13;
struggle against poverty. In some cases, they have&#13;
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