International Development Innovation Network (IDIN) Program Impact Data 2014-2017
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This document includes data from International Development Innovation Network (IDIN) program monitoring and evaluation surveys from 2014-2017. IDIN was a program led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s D-Lab, implemented by a global consortium of academic, institutional, and innovation center partners, and supported by USAID’s Higher Education Solutions Network in the U.S. Global Development Lab. Together with IDIN Network members and partners the D-Lab team worked to support innovators and entrepreneurs around the globe to design, develop, and disseminate technologies to improve the lives of people living in poverty. The program consisted of five components: design workshops and summits, innovation project funding, local innovation centers, research, and MIT student engagement.
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