Evidence maps

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The purpose of this evidence gap map, funded by The Department for International Development UK, is to assess the evidence on agricultural insurance interventions that aim to improve smallholder farmer resilience in low-and middle-income countries.

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This Evidence Gap Map has been produced by the International Labour Organization (ILO). The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) has shared the technology to produce the graphic. It is a one time use under the terms of the collaboration. All rights reserved. 
 
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This gap map is based on a systematic review supported by 3ie.

The purpose of this evidence gap map (EGM) is to provide easy access to the best available evidence on what works to improve education outcomes for primary and secondary school children in in low- and middle-income countries.

The EGM highlights that there are a number of systematic reviews available on school feeding and cash transfers, but few reviews examine the effects of interventions on household expenditure, child labour, teacher performance and attendance. Several reviews report on learning outcomes, but the literature is not comprehensively covered.

The purpose of the Youth and Transferable Skills (YTS) evidence gap map (EGM) is to provide easy access to the best available evidence on the outcomes of transferable skills programming for youth in low- and middle-income countries and to highlight where there are important gaps in this evidence base. Transferable skills, often referred to as soft, non-cognitive or life skills, provide youth with the tools and confidence to succeed in term of employment, health and personal well-being.

The purpose of the Evidence for Peacebuilding (E4P) evidence gap map (EGM) is to provide easy access to the best available evidence on the outcomes of peacebuilding interventions in conflict-affected settings in low- and middle-income countries and to highlight where there are important gaps in this evidence base. Interventions were mapped in five thematic areas including legitimate politics, security, justice, economic foundations and revenues and social services. Outcomes of these interventions were mapped on individual, societal and institutional and peacebuilding outcomes.

The purpose of this evidence gap map (EGM) is to provide easy access to the best available evidence on the effects of productive social safety net programmes on poverty and related outcomes in low- and middle-income countries, and to highlight important evidence gaps. The EGM identifies several systematic reviews of microfinance, employment assistance and business skills training and a large number of impact evaluations assessing the effects of a variety of productive safety net programmes on measures of income, consumption or savings.

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