Useful Resources

This list is one of those things that will always be a work in progress! I will keep on adding to it. Do write in with your favourite ‘go-to’ sites for resources on various development issues and we can enhance this list together. Names of all contributors will be mentioned .

Note: The focus here is on websites that offer rich and easily accessible information in the form of policies, guidelines, manuals, significant reports, commentaries, briefs and other documents. I am listing only those websites that go beyond a specific organisational context and are valuable resources by themselves.

Accountability

Accountability Initiative – Research and Innovation for Governance Accountability, India

South Asia Social Accountability Network

Children’s Rights and Issues

Knowledge Community on Children in India managed by Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, and UNICEF

Unicef Innocenti Research Centre

Child Trafficking – Digital Library managed by Terre des hommes Foundation, Lausanne, and Ray of Hope, Nepal

Communication

The Communication Initiative Network

Health and Nutrition

International HIV/AIDS Alliance – Supporting community action on AIDS in developing countries

Guttmacher Institute – advancing sexual and reproductive health worldwide through research, policy analysis and public education

The Lancet

National AIDS Control Organisation, India

Talking About Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues, India

World Health Organisation

Human Development Reports

UNDP – HDR

Knowledge Management

Green Chameleon, a Straits Knowledge website

Gurteen Knowledge website, David Gurteen

Knowledge Sharing Toolkit

KM4dev, Knowledge Management for Development

Steve Denning

Millennium Development Goals

UN Millennium Project

UNDP

Others – Multisectoral

Economic and Political Weekly

Institute of Development Studies

International Development Research Centre

India Together

Infochangeindia

Overseas Development Institute

Panos London

Listing websites of all UN agencies

(Thanks Nidhi Sen for the prompt response with your favourite websites!)

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