Malaysia funds-in-trust projects: promoting social inclusion

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This e-team is concerned with examining the (a) mechanisms, (b) models and (c) capacities, both institutional and human, required for systemic and systematic production and usage of locally-produced evidence in inclusive policy design and planning processes in Malaysia. Emphasis is placed on evidence fit for the purposes of the SDGs and their inclusive policy pillar – i.e., evidence that is increasingly equity-weighted, integrated, multi-dimensional, and policy-sensitive.


The main deliverable of such work is an up-to-date and comparative analysis the aforementioned practices in Malaysia. The work will be ultimately geared towards identification of practices and mechanisms which could be extrapolated and replicated, after an appropriate level of customization and contextualization, at a larger scale and in the different sub-national and sectoral contexts.

Geographical area: South-East Asia
Theme(s) of intervention: Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion, Monitoring and evaluation, Policy design and delivery, Reduction of inequalities / equity / poverty eradication
Created: 03 Feb 2017
Latest update: 17 Feb 2017

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