Transform Nutrition (TN) and Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN), two leading research programmes, have come together to introduce the first Nutrition Champions Award. The Award aims to raise the profile of undernutrition on a global scale by searching for the unsung heroes working in this field.
Research to Action is joining The Guardian for a live chat tomorrow from 1 onwards on Development research: improving access and relevance
The Research to Action team were revisiting one of our favourite blogs Intelligent Measurement and came across this really great slideshare of a presentation given by Glenn O’Neill at the European Evaluation Society Conference in Helsinki, Finland in October 2012.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) is seeking a Technical Communications Officer to work on a full or part time basis to support the Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT) Consortium.
This working paper offers guidelines that nonprofit organizations can use when designing evaluations to learn about both their investments in communications strategies and the impacts of those investments.
Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen take us through the world of Open Access publishing and explain what Open Access is through this short animated video.
INASP are looking for a Senior Programme Manager to lead the Research Access and Availability programme.
This post looks at the power of case studies as a tool for communicating with different stakeholders, and is a timely overview given the Increasing number of practitioners and researchers being asked to develop case studies as part of project evaluation.
For those of you who are new to Open Access or would like understand it further Research to Action has put together a list of useful places on the web where you can find out more.