Resource Category: Databases
This website collates health systems resources, pooling information for teachers, researchers, students, policy-makers & decision-makers in Africa and beyond.
Practice In Participation is a joint venture of Asian civil society organisations committed to promoting participatory practices and research, developed by PRIA (Society for Participatory Research in Asia) and supported by IDS Knowledge Services.
The Land Matrix is an online public database of large-scale land deals. It provides a visualisation of records documenting land deals since 2000.
Launched in April 2012, LSHTM Research Online is a searchable open access online database of research published by staff at the School, and contains over 20,000 papers, records and links.
Resources from the Council’s 20th anniversary symposium on global health inequalities, 22 June 2011, including presentations, videos, transcripts and report.
The Collective Memory is a database of evaluations of a diverse range of science communication initiatives. Explore the database to learn about past successes, pick up useful tips for planning events and read about various types of evaluation.
The African Development Bank Group has launched an Open Data for Africa platform aimed at significantly increasing access to quality data necessary for managing and monitoring development results in African countries, including the MDGs.
The world’s most comprehensive, free access point for high-quality evidence on health systems has been launched by the McMaster Health Forum, as a valuable resource for policymakers, stakeholders and researchers.
The Hunger Reduction Commitment Index tracks international experience in overseas programmes at a managerial level, with the ability to work in complex and insecure environments and under pressure. You will need to be fluent in English and confident in dealing with logovernments' efforts to tackle hunger and malnutrition.