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Evidence on Demand is an international development information hub, providing access to quality assured resources relating to climate & environment, infrastructure and livelihoods. The service has been established to provide a wealth of relevant documents, learning resources and technical expertise to help those on the front line of poverty reduction make evidence-based decisions, while also informing the wider development community.


Effective policy and practice starts with solid evidence - and when it comes to climate & environment, infrastructure and livelihoods issues, we will aim to help you find much of that evidence here. Our Document Library hosts a wide range of reports, topic guides and learning materials but, if the specific information you need is not available, or you require targeted technical expertise then please drop us an email as you may be able to commission a service through our Helpdesk or Consultancy Service facilities.

Evidence on Demand is supported by the UK Department for International Development (DFID). DFID advisers are able to make use of our helpdesk services free of charge and outputs from such enquiries will be made publicly available on this website. If you would like to know more about our helpdesk services or how to engage consultants please Contact Us.


The expert team behind Evidence on Demand is led by DAI (proudly incorporating HTSPE) and IMC Worldwide Ltd in a joint venture - both firms are established development consultancies with considerable experience in managing resource centres. The joint venture is backed by a Core Consortium of specialist organisations that provides technical support for developing our quality assured resources, answering helpdesk enquiries and supporting our consultancy services. Further support is provided by a Wider Consortium of firms, networks and individuals which will grow overtime.

Evidence On Demand is supported by DFID.





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