Pulte research staffer Lizzie Dolan walks through the SHARE ecosystems workshop process, and to her experience in Kenya and Cambodia, where some of these workshops were most recently held. SHARE, or Supporting Holistic and Actionable Research in Education, is the largest federally funded grant in Notre Dame's history. Click to read more to learn about our research, and our connections to our local partners and this project.
The Pulte Institute’s Evidence and Learning Division has written three briefs summarizing key learnings from the Evidence Gap Map (EGM). The EGM is a tool developed by the Research and Technical Assistance Center (RTAC), in partnership with USAID's Innovation,Technology, and Research Hub Research Division (ITR/R), to assess the effectiveness of development research in low and middle-income countries.
Ahead of the 9th Summit of the Americas, CARE USA and the Pulte Institute for Global Development's Central America Research Alliance (CARA) convened civil society experts in Latin America and the Caribbean to discuss the intersection of humanitarian crisis, migration, and displacement across the Americas, and how policymakers can support a more equitable future for all.
A recently published article, titled “Enhanced-efficiency nitrogen fertilizer boosts cauliflower productivity and farmers’ income: Multi-location and multi-year field trials across Nepal” has been co-authored by Shriniwas Gautam, evidence and learning associate with the University of Notre Dame’s Pulte Institute for Global Development.
Read more about the Africa Graduate Conference, hosted by the Pamoja Initiative, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies' Africa Working Group, and the Africa Graduate Club at the University of Notre Dame.
The Pulte Institute for Global Development — part of the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame — has launched the Central America Research Alliance (CARA): a network focused on delivering evidence-based advocacy by amplifying the work of Central American scholars and practitioners.
The Pulte Institute for Global Development, along with the Keough School of Global Affairs, is working with Oxfam America to produce a series of case studies focused on the organization’s biggest legal, humanitarian challenges.