R&E Search for Evidence is the blog where FHI 360 staff write about new evidence and approaches for research and evaluation for human development. Posts discuss innovative methodologies, offer critical reviews of journal articles and analyze recent findings.
Better research and evaluation outcomes can improve lives in lasting ways. R&E Search for Evidence provides a public forum dedicated to promoting a culture of generating and using evidence to make those improvements a reality. Cultivating more in-depth conversations about research and evaluation improves the dialogue among policymakers, researchers, evaluators and program designers. This, in turn, facilitates improved program design, more informed results and more evidence-based policy recommendations.
Blog posts on R&E Search for Evidence represent the views and analysis of the author(s) and do not represent the positions or opinions of FHI 360. The posts cover the following expertise areas: health; education; nutrition; environment and climate change; economic development; civil society; gender, equity, safeguarding, and social inclusion; youth, research; technology; crisis response; and communication and social marketing.
Annette N. Brown is the editorial leader of R&E Search for Evidence. She is also the Principal Economist at FHI 360. She leads efforts to promote thought leadership, especially in research and evaluation, and build an organizational culture of evidence generation and use, across all sectors and regions.View full bio
Communications Specialist, Managing Editor of R&E Search for Evidence
Dorgham Abusalim is Communications Specialist at FHI 360 and acts as Managing Editor of R&E Search for Evidence blog.View full bio