Knowledge Services, Research Uptake and Evidence-Informed Policy – Better understanding how new knowledge informs policy and practice

New knowledge has a key role to play both in directly improving the lives of poor people and through its application to policy and programming decisions.

Itad believes that positive change can take place rapidly if the decisions made by policy-makers, practitioners and the poor themselves are based on robust and reliable research evidence.

This brochure explores our services, which include both supporting the supply of new knowledge and the demand for research evidence.