Social Systems Evidence reaches milestone of 2,500 documents
We’re excited to announce that Social Systems Evidence (SSE) now includes over 2,500 documents covering 14 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Thanks to our partnership with the Monash Sustainable Development Institute, SSE will soon provide evidence covering all of the SDGs. Of the documents available, more than 2,400 are systematic reviews and related synthesis products (overviews of systematic reviews systematic reviews in progress and systematic reviews being planned). These reviews and review-related products:
- cover a wide range of government program and service areas, including:
- address many social-system arrangements, including:
They can also be accessed through particular areas of focus (including 660 that are relevant to low- and middle-income countries) and featured themes (including 140 that are relevant to optimal aging).
SSE is the world’s most comprehensive, continuously updated repository of pre-appraised, synthesized research evidence about the programs, services and products available in a broad range of government sectors and program areas, as well as the governance, financial and delivery arrangements within which programs and services are provided and the implementation strategies that can support getting these programs and services to those who need them. Available in English and French, SSE is a powerful tool for policymakers and stakeholders around the world.
Browse Social Systems Evidence to find the best available evidence and stay tuned for our evidence service coming this fall.