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Mercy Corps' Research Partnerships

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As part of its commitment to learning, Mercy Corps partners with a large range of academic institutions, think tanks and peer organizations from across the globe to engage on research and evaluation pertaining to our programs. Most of the research products generated through these partnerships can be accessed through the Research and Resources pages on our website. See below for a list of current and recent partners.

For more information, contact
Jon Kurtz, Director of Research and Learning.

Asia Disaster Preparedness Center
Caucasus Environmental NGO Network
Claremont Evaluation Center - Claremont Graduate University
Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health
Eco-Trust
Georgetown Public Policy Institute - Georgetown University
Haramaya University
The Improve Group
Innovations for Poverty Action
The Institute for Social and Environmental Transition (ISET)
Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) through the Technical Consortium for Building Resilience to Drought in the Horn of Africa
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
International Initiative for Impact Evaluation
International Water Management Institute
Khana Group
Kimetrica
Local and Regional Procurement (LRP) Learning Alliance with Cornell University's Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
Portland State University's SWEETLab
Queen Margaret University, Institute for International Health and Development
Regional Learning and Advocacy Program (REGLAP)
Research Inputs and Development Action (RIDA)
Springfield Centre
TANGO International (Technical Assistance to NGOs)
Texas A&M University - Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture
Tufts University Feinstein International Center
University of Alberta School of Public Health
University of Indonesia Center for Family Welfare Research
Yale University - Jackson Institute and Department of Anthropology

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