Eldis, hosted by IDS, has recently launched its new Nutrition Resource Guide: http://www.eldis.org/go/topics/resource-guides/nutrition
See below for Eldis' own description of its new resource guide:
[www.eldis.org] is an online development information service providing free access to research for our global audience of development researchers and decision makers. Our website receives around half a million visits each year and we have around 40,000 email subscribers. We are currently funded by UK Aid and Irish Aid. Our online nutrition guide ( http://www.eldis.org/go/topics/resource-guides/nutrition) provides access to relevant, diverse and credible research and resources on nutrition and aims to inform those seeking to bring critical perspectives from development to the heart of the debates on nutrition.
You may find it helpful for the following reasons:
Browse, search and read development information
Key features of the Guide are:
- Browsable key themes, country and regional profiles
- Timely features written predominantly by external authors form low and middle income countries on a range of nutrition topics. Here is our latest one: http://www.eldis.org/go/latest-news/news/the-global-nutrition-report-2014-actions-and-accountability-to-accelerate-the-world-s-progress-on-nutrition
- Regular email bulletin (every 2 to 3 weeks), the Eldis Nutrition Reporter, highlights the latest research. Please find the latest one below and sign up here: http://www.eldis.org/go/topics/resource-guides/nutrition
Share your learning and profile your organisation’s work
Aside from accessing the Guide, you may also be interested in contributing to it, either by writing a feature on your work, or by having your organisation’s publications on Eldis.
With the aim of promoting more Southern content on Eldis, we are always on the lookout for content from partners in low and middle income countries who produce research that is available online and is open access. Do get in touch with us if you would like to know more about this, or become a partner.
Contribute your work and use other people’s
You might also want to contribute your organisation’s resources to Eldis and other platforms through the Open Knowledge Hub. The Oriel Open Knowledge Hub is an Open Data platform for sharing and downloading digital content about development. Through this project IDS continue to develop our existing (and where appropriate identify new) southern partnerships to build an “Open” content sharing network that will not only increase availability and access but also ensure third party sites and outlets are furnished with up-to-date, contextual, relevant content.
For more information please visit http://www.okhub.org/about/