ELDIS

sharing the best in development policy, practice and research

Linked with our former presentation of ELDIS on September 1, 2007, who’s links are no more working.

Welcome to the Eldis website. Our aim is to share the best in development policy, practice and research. Browse more than 26,000 summarised documents from over 7,500 development organisations – all available free to download. Share your work with over 80,000 development practitioners. (Homepage).

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Address: Eldis Programme, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton, BN1 9RE, United Kingdom;
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About: Eldis aims to share the best in development, policy, practice and research.  

What does Eldis offer?

  • 26,000 full text documents free to download
  • We maintain an ever-growing collection of editorially selected and abstracted full-text, online documents selected by our editors from more than 7,500 different publishers. All documents are available free of charge
  • Eldis resource guides
  • Our 24 subject-focused guides offer quick access to key documents, organisations, research themes, discussions and other key resources
  • Eldis country profiles
  • Quick access to our database arranged by country, plus quick links to country briefing services on other websites
  • Eldis email newsletters
  • Our email news services bring the latest research to your mail-box on 35 topics
  • Eldis newsfeeds
  • Add an Eldis RSS newsfeed to your website or newsreader for the latest information on 25 topics
  • News, events and jobs
  • Our selection of recent development news, announcements, email newsletters and job adverts

Who we are:

  • Eldis is one of a family of knowledge services from the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex.
  • Eldis is core funded by Sida, Norad, SDC and DFID.

Our mission – The aim of Eldis is to:

  • support the documentation, exchange and use of evidence-based development knowledge
  • communicate this knowledge effectively through a range of appropriately designed services, using the Internet (web and email) as the main communication medium for delivery
  • reach audiences of researchers, development practitioners and policy formers at national and international levels
  • play a role in the processes of evidence-based policy formation
  • provide this information and services free of charge at point of use.

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