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24th January 2005 This report on the corporate response to the social and business threats of HIV/Aids laments that businesses rarely draw up written policies to... →
Investing in Development: A practical plan to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (January 2005)
18th January 2005 At the United Nations Millennium Summit in 2000, world leaders placed development at the heart of the global agenda, adopting the Millennium... →
Roads out of poverty? Assessing the links between aid, public investment, growth and poverty reduction (January 2005)
13th January 2005 This paper develops a macroeconomic framework that captures linkages between aid, public investment, growth and poverty. →
11th January 2005 According to this World Bank report, with almost 70% of the poor people living in rural areas, agricultural sector reforms - in particular global... →
3rd January 2005 This paper provides an overview of the expanded public works programme, with a focus on the infrastructure sector, which is coordinated by the... →
3rd January 2005 This paper gives a critical review of the potential contribution of the expanded public works programme to overcoming under-development and linking... →
3rd January 2005 In the 2002/2003 period, Southern Africa experienced the worst food crises the region has encountered since 1992. Most assessments of this period... →
8th December 2004 According to this International Labour Organisation report, with half the world's workers unable to earn enough to rise above the $2 a day poverty... →
7th December 2004 Studies of the elderly are quite common in First World countries, but little is known about old people and their needs in developing countries.... →
3rd December 2004 This report, by the Global Campaign for Education, indicates that although school enrolments in poverty-stricken Zambia are increasing, the country... →