IDS Bulletin: 50.1
Editors: Georgalakis, J. and Rose, P.
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Diana Dalton, UK Department for International Development (DFID)
- Introduction: Identifying the Qualities of Research–Policy Partnerships in International Development: A New Analytical Framework
James Georgalakis and Pauline Rose
- Rethinking Research Impact through Principles for Fair and Equitable Partnerships
Kate Newman, Sowmyaa Bharadwaj and Jude Fransman
- Pathways to Impact – Insights from Research Partnerships in Uganda and India
Rona Bronwin, Rachel Hinton and Laura Savage
- Exploring Partnerships between Academia and Disabled Persons’ Organisations: Lessons Learnt from Collaborative Research in Africa
Maria Kett, Mark T. Carew, John-Bosco Asiimwe, Richard Bwalya, Anderson Gitonga, Boakai A. Nyehn, Joyce Olenja, Leslie Swartz and Nora Groce
- Layered and Linking Research Partnerships: Learning from YOUR World Research in Ethiopia and Nepal
Vicky Johnson, Anannia Admassu, Andrew Church, Jill Healey and Sujeeta Mathema
- Fundamental Challenges in Academic–Government Partnership in Conflict Research in the Pastoral Lowlands of Ethiopia
Mercy Fekadu Mulugeta, Fana Gebresenbet, Yonas Tariku and Ekal Nettir
- Regional Research–Policy Partnerships for Health Equity and Inclusive Development: Reflections on Opportunities and Challenges from a Southern African Perspective
Nicola Yeates, Themba Moeti, Mubita Luwabelwa
Important development programmes such as microfinance often do not reach the very poorest households. A new set of initiatives, called Graduation programmes, have targeted these very poor households. Their objective is to graduate them out of poverty in a sustainable manner and make them resilient so they do not fall back into poverty.
Rapid changes in the natural, social, and economic environment are occurring in Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley, as part of a state-led development vision of repositioning the region as a major sugar exporter. At the same time, these changes raise risks of environmental degradation, and the emergence of new kinds of inequality and conflict.