Photo Credit: The Guardian
November 2017

Long-term Impacts of Cash Transfer Programs: What Does the Evidence Say?

Cash transfer programs have become an increasingly common tool used in low- and middle- income countries to promote investments in education, improve health outcomes, and combat poverty. EPAR conducted “a review of reviews”, with an emphasis on reported evidence of long-term impacts of cash transfer programs.

Rice fields in Vietnam
November 2017

Private, Public, and Philanthropic Funding for Global Agricultural and Health Research and Development

Research and development (R&D) is work that pertains to innovation, introduction, and improvement of products and processes.

Honduras Bananas
April 2017

Food Security and Nutrition in Low-Income Countries

Food insecurity and poor nutrition, which can lead to physical and mental impairment, are widespread problems in many low-income countries. We review EPAR's researchto date on issues related to food security and nutrition.

Nigeria Growth and Poverty
January 2017

Economic Growth & Poverty in Nigeria: Part 2 of 2

This is the second in a two-part series on measuring and understanding economic growth and poverty in Nigeria, presenting findings from EPAR Technical Report #327.