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Varieties of Governance, Varying Outcomes

In economies such as India, a significant concern is the inability of large sections of the population to access essential services such as water and education

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Japan Social Development Fund Award

The Japan Social Development Fund Award (JSDF) is a category of GDN's Global Development Awards Competition, which seeks to recognize innovative ideas in the implementation of development projects for vulnerable and disadvantaged communities in developing countries.

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Doing Research Pilot

The Doing Research pilot phase was the first step to characterize, describe, and whenever possible, measure the most relevant features for research across case studies of the research environment in eleven countries.

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Making a difference in Education

A film about GDN's Annual Global Development Conference 2016

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Resources

See resources from the program, including blogs, interviews with researchers, webinars and infographics.

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Mapping the development impacts of migration

This paper presents a comprehensive framework for mapping the economic and social impacts of migration

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Retrospective Analysis of School-Based Malaria Treatment Programme and Impact on Health and Education Outcomes in Mangochi District, Malawi

This paper sought to evaluate the impact of the malaria treatment program in the Mangochi district, on both school and health outcomes.

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Fundacion Paraguaya | 2012-2014

GDN supported the Fundacion Paraguay through the JSDF award to scale up its Self-Sufficient School Model by providing training and technical support to five schools to establish financially self-sufficient schools in four countries, Nicaragua, Honduras, Bolivia and Paraguay.

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Science of Life Studies (SOLS), Cambodia | 2016-2017

SOLS Cambodia aims to set up 18 subsidized province centers in Cambodia to provide an alternative system of quality, holistic education under its project, Equal Opportunities for Education.

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