On Sunday 6th September in Ankara, Turkey, Chatham House convened an International Policy Forum on ‘Empowering Women for Economic Growth: The smart choice for the G20’.
Communicating clearly to non nutrition folks is difficult for nutrition folks because the topic is so laden with jargon and the technicalities actually matter. But that is no excuse.
A great new book is just out by Morten Jerven called Africa: Why Economists Get it Wrong.
People with disability account for 15 percent of the world population. “Why should not we focus on disability is a proper questions?” Dr. Kamal Lamichhane says.
“Japan will modify the Overseas Development Assistance Charter with more focus on Japan’s national profits, and assertively and strategically use ODA to contribute to international development.”
That Kakamega is the poorest County both in relative and absolute terms doesn’t surprise me at all.
While gender sensitisation is the buzz word of this decade, how exactly does it translate in real life, in social and work scenarios?
Children working is a common sight in India – young girls carrying water and/or washing utensils…
Ashley Kuchanny, IDS alumni ambassador for the UK, reports on the IDS Impact Evaluation Design course.
What do we mean by quality of growth? How do we measure it? How do policy makers operationalise it?