Reports

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Using Innovation Inducement Prizes for Development: What more has been learned?

August 2019

Jessica Roberts, Cheryl Brown and Clare Stott

The main purpose of I2I’s evaluations is to find out for what purposes and in which settings IIPs are particularly useful in development, and what their strengths and weaknesses are, compared with other funding modalities available to funders.

The Climate Information Prize: Tekeleza (Stage 2)

August 2019

Clare Stott and Cheryl Brown

The Climate Information Prize (CIP) sought to incentivise the development and implementation of innovative Climate Information Services (CISs) for the poorest and most vulnerable people in Kenya.
The CIP was delivered by IMC Worldwide and Cardno as the local implementing agent and was designed by …

The Climate Information Prize: Helping Kenyans to Adapt to Climate Change

September 2019

Clare Stott and Cheryl Brown

The Climate Information Prize (CIP) sought to incentivise the development and implementation of innovative climate information services (CISs) for the poorest and most vulnerable people in Kenya.

Final Evaluation Report: FoodTrade East and Southern Africa

Lead Author: Liz Turner. With contributions from: Jessica Rust-Smith; Jennifer Leavy; Daniel Joloba; Mark Winters; Gordon Freer; Gregg Smith; Phil Compernolle; Gulden Bayaz; Statistics 4 Sustainable Development.

FTESA was a five-year (2013–2018) regional programme funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) UK (£35 million) that supported food staples market development and trade by tackling market failures. A Programme Management Unit (PMU) managed and supported programme …

Resilience Results: BRACED-X Final Evaluation

Jennifer Leavy, Barbora Sladkova, Catrin Hepwork, Melanie Punton

This report presents a synthesis of nine project-level final evaluations, carried out after an 18-month, costed extension to the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) programme.

Executive Summary: Evaluation of Humanitarian Innovation and Evidence Programme: Summative Phase Two

October 2018

Teresa Hanley and Rob Lloyd

The Department for International Development (DFID) invested £54.6 million into a humanitarian innovation and evidence programme which began in 2013 for initially five years and now runs to 2022.

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