The evidence gap map reports provide all the supporting documentation for the 3ie evidence gap maps, including the background information for the theme of the map, the methods and results, including the protocols, and the analysis of the results.
3ie evidence gap maps are thematic collections of information about impact evaluations and/or systematic reviews that measure the effects of international development policies and programmes. The maps present a visual overview of existing and ongoing studies in a sector or sub-sector in terms of the types of programmes (or interventions) evaluated and the outcomes measured.
For more information about 3ie evidence gap maps and to view the recently developed interactive and dynamic online gap map platform, click here. This platform allows users to explore the evidence included in a particular gap map, with links to user-friendly summaries of all studies.
Youth and transferable skills: an evidence gap map
3ie Evidence Gap Map Report 2, 2015
This report by Rankin et al presents a 3ie evidence gap map that catalogues the full body of impact evaluation evidence for transferable skills interventions in low- and middle-income countries. The map is built on a framework developed in consultation with key stakeholders. The report documents the methods used for search, screening, and coding studies and examines evidence clusters and gaps identified on the map.