We get it. You might not have time to sift through pages and pages of IEG’s brilliant analysis and recommendations to find information that is relevant for your work. And we completely understand, because we’re busy people, too.

That’s why we decided to give you a break and help you find only the information you need from our reports, quickly.

Introducing IEG’s first Interactive Report.

Using one of IEG’s recent studies, Social Safety Nets and Gender: Learning from Impact Evaluations and World Bank Projectswe created a customized user experience that breaks the report down into seven themes and a series of subtopics that any user can select and submit, and immediately obtain a customized summary.

Check it out and tell us what you think!


Submitted by J.W. Hoogerbrugge on Mon, 03/21/2016 - 21:00


Thank you for posting this. I love to have Social Safety Nets and Gender Policies in place as it has been a priority on mine agenda ever since doing my Masters Degree in Human Geography of Developing Countries, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, with additional subjects at the Agricultural University Wageningen e.g. gender issues in rural areas in developing countries way back between 1983-1988. This will make our plait easier all the way in Tanzania, Eastern and Southern Africa. Asante.

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