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Reflecting on ten years of collaborative research funding between ESRC and DFID, and looking forward to the challenges and opportunities presented by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), this chapter considers the relationship between research excellence and positive development impacts.
How do the voices of affected countries tackling HIV/AIDS inform the decisions made by global actors? This chapter documents the process by which the constituencies improved their evidence use in decision-making in order to share some lessons with other actors working in related processes.
This edited collection chapter, informed by practical experiences, focuses on the complexities of practising effective knowledge translation in LMICs and unconventional approaches to mitigating challenges encountered.
The Evidence and Policy Group helps researchers improve the impact of their work on policy and practice. What were the implications for how a facilitating organisation such can act most effectively?
The MSF Scientific Day, is a conference that includes both medical research and innovation. What were the learning opportunities between both worlds, the differences in their cultures, and the challenges in agreeing what constitutes evidence of impact of innovation projects?
This chapter tells the story of how Practical Action’s knowledge and learning work has developed, and the lessons that have been learnt in the context of a changing sector and an evolving organisational approach.
How did collaborative research involving health decision-makers, service providers, communities and research institutions provide a pathway for getting evidence into Kenya’s community health strategy?
Using inter-agency action research in Sierra Leone, this case study shows how a highly collaborative approach can enable child protection research to achieve a significant national impact.