RAND Europe Events on International Development Topics

  • USAID supported a fire safety class for garment workers in Bangladesh

    Tom Ling Shares Evaluation Insights in IDSS Talk

    26 Apr 2018

    RAND Europe's Head of Evaluation, Tom Ling, shared insights from his more than 20 years of experience delivering robust and practical insights for partners such as DFID, UNICEF, Save the Children, the UK National Health Service (NHS) and the European Commission. He spoke about the delivery of high quality embedded evaluations that can be utilized to provide ongoing improvement to services.

  • Molly Morgan Jones Presents at AIDS 2012 Conference

    20 Jul 2012

    Mapping Pathways, a multinational research project in which RAND Europe is a partner, participated in the AIDS 2012 conference 22-27 July in Washington, DC, and Senior Analyst Molly Morgan Jones was a presenter at one of the sessions. Her talk described how Mapping Pathways is exploring strategies in the use of antiretroviral (ARV)-based HIV prevention.

  • Marjanovic Participates in Conference on Measuring Impact of Higher Education for Development

    02 Apr 2012

    As the leader of a research evaluation of the Wellcome Trust's African Institutions Initiative, Senior Analyst Sonja Marjanovic was a presenter and panelist at a conference organised by the London International Development Centre and the Association of Commonwealth Universities. Marjanovic spoke about how to evaluate complex, networked research capacity-building interventions.

  • Hunt Participates in Conference on Malaria and Sustainable Development

    17 Feb 2012

    Senior Analyst Priscillia Hunt presented her research on developing macroeconomic models to support large-scale malaria prevention programmes, at the Wilton Park Sustainable Development Conference on Malaria on 20-22 February 2012. Hunt and colleagues are working to capture a broader view of malaria's impacts on the economy and estimate the potential effects that reduced malaria could have on consumption inequality, poverty, and dynamic growth over time.

  • Mapping Pathways Project Reaches International Audience at ICASA 2011

    23 Dec 2011

    Molly Morgan Jones, research leader for the Mapping Pathways project, visited Addis Ababa to present findings at the biennial International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa (ICASA) 2011. The conference was attended by more than 10,000 delegates from around the world, and many expressed an interest in having their countries serve as additional Mapping Pathways case-study sites. The project provided one of the few presentations on antiretroviral-based prevention.

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    Workshop Contributes to Ethiopian Stabilisation

    08 Aug 2011

    As part of RAND Europe's contribution to the UK government's Peace and Development Programme in Ethiopia and the wider Horn of Africa, Matt Bassford facilitated a two-day workshop in Addis Ababa for the Department for International Development, with the aim of developing a Theory of Change for the programme. Workshop participants included the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, and regional experts.