Countries from Low & Middle-Income have been involved in the production of systematic reviews and other forms of evidence synthesis. Some have even been able to translate the knowledge and use it in decision-making. GESI aims to enhance these efforts by building Evidence Synthesis Centres in these countries, increasing the capacity to synthesise evidence and using evidence in local and regional practice and policy decision-making.
Whether your centre specialises in agriculture, crime and justice, economic development, education, food security, health, healthcare, hygiene or social protection and water sanitation, you can be part of this initiative by joining the GESI Network or by spreading the word!
On February 12 and 13, 2018, the American University of Beirut was the venue for the “Systematic Reviews and Evidence and Gap Maps in Social Sciences” Workshop hosted by the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative (GESI), in collaboration with the Center for Systematic Reviews on Health Policy and S...Read More
The next session of the GESI Webinar series will focus on "Rapid Reviews to Strengthen Health Policy & Systems": GESI Webinar series: Date: Tuesday 28 November Time: 15.00 UTC // 17.00 Beirut Registration link (limited seats): https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/645496047408061004...Read More
GESI Network held its first face-to-face meeting as part of the GESI activities at the Global Evidence Summit 2017, Cape Town. The meeting included GESI Network members who attended the summit, and aimed to introduce the members to each other and to the GESI Secretariat team. Moreover, members gave feed...Read More
Attending the Global Evidence Summit 2017 in Cape Town? www.globalevidencesummit.org Don't miss out on the great workshops/presentations/posters/special sessions of the members of the GESI Network! Donwload the full list or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter @GESI_Initiative and...Read More