Evidence maps

This submap on environmental sustainability relates to SDG12, SDG13 and SDG14.

SDG12 seeks to ensure sustainable consumption and attempts to make sure that current material needs do not lead to environmental degradation. SDG13 seeks to combat climate change and take appropriate actions to mitigate risk in this regard. SDG14 seeks to conserve and sustainably use the oceans seas and marine resources.

This map comprises of 199 studies in total, with 23 impact evaluations, 174 measurement studies and 2 systematic reviews.

This submap relates to the sustainable development goal 11.

Some of the key outcomes considered under this map are: access to affordable housing and transport system, inclusive and sustainable urbanization, efforts to protect cultural and natural heritage, disaster management, universal access to green public spaces.

This map comprises of 96 studies in total, with 7 impact evaluations, 86 measurement studies and 3 systematic reviews.

The Sub map based on governance and human rights, captures all the studies which relate to SDG5, SDG10 and SDG16.

SDG 5 relates to address the structural issues at the root of gender inequality such as legal discrimination and unfair social norms and attitudes. SDG 10 seeks to eradicate inequality which exists within and among nations. SDG16 seeks to promote peaceful and inclusive societies by promoting rule of law, strengthening institutions and increasing access to justice.

The sub map on health and well-being relates to Sustainable Development Goal 3.

Key outcomes covered in this map include : reduce mortality , end epidemic communicable diseases, strengthen prevention and treatment of substance abuse, decrease fatalities due to road accidents, universal access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services, achieve universal health coverage, reduce fatalities due to pollution.

This map comprises of 59 studies in total, with 3 impact evaluations, 53 measurement studies and 3 systematic reviews.

The Sub map on economic development and livelihood comprises of studies that could be linked to Sustainable Development Goal 1 and 8.

Overview

This systematic map is different from the traditional gap map as it maps data sources to development outcomes. In this map, we visualize the use of big data to evaluate development outcomes across the world with a special focus on fragile contexts. It aims to identify rigorous impact evaluations, systematic reviews and the studies that have innovatively used big data to measure development outcomes.

Overview

This EGM captures the evidence base for social and economic interventions, across all sectors, in Africa. The studies contained in this are drawn from 3ie’s Development Evidence Portal, which is the largest-of-its-kind repository of rigorous impact evaluations and systematic reviews in international development. Interventions are categorised according to the World Bank’s taxonomy of sectors, and outcomes are categorised according to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The map contains 1,267 impact evaluations and 634 systematic reviews.

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