Key word: development

Recognizing the vital role of technology transfer to Africa’s economic and social development, this note focuses on trends in technology transfer among the different developing regions of the... ... read more

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ledna-team
25.01.2011
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development / Human Capital / ILO Employment Centred Approach to LED / Industrial Competitiveness

In this paper, we present some constructive criticism of the concept of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) as agents of domestic accountability, drawing on our experience implementing the... ... read more

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hthati
15.02.2012
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development / Civil Society

In this paper, we summarise some of the typical development challenges faced by a country in a post conflict situation and argue that the “rush” towards development can create problems. But these... ... read more

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hthati
15.02.2012
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development / fragile states

This policy brief has emerged from a series of consultations with a unique combination of people: distinguished business leaders, policy experts, development advocates and, perhaps most... ... read more

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Momo-Mengue
24.01.2011
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development / business / private sector

Local economic development (LED) and urban poverty are two critical issues that underpin urban planning and development. Nonetheless, the issues and the processes to facilitate... ... read more

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StephenDiko
11.07.2013
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development / planning / local economic development / urban poverty

This IFAD's 2011 report is an in-depth study of rural poverty across the developing world. The report looks at who the poor rural people are, what they do and how their livelihoods are changing.... ... read more

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ledna-team
06.12.2010
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development / agriculture / rural economy / rural non-farm economy / rural poverty

The 2011 Harvard African Development Conference will take place on March 26th at Harvard University as part of the university-wide Africa Week. The conference will be an interdisciplinary... ... read more

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ledna-team
11.03.2011
TAGS:
development / African economy / Havard university students organisations / innovation