Almost 25 years of data from over 500 household surveys in 100 countries were used to estimate absolute poverty measures – a constant, real value between countries and between urban and rural areas - in the developing world.
Today and tomorrow at the World Bank you'll have an opportunity to see and talk to over 100 finalists competing for
The European Commission (EC) recently toned down proposals for legislation on corporate responsibility, but still claims a strong commitment to boosting both sustainable and competitive business.
On May 29, PSP-One will bring private-sector individuals from developing countries and organizations to discuss what motivated them to enter into the partnership, their expectations, the obstacles they encountered and their views on the future of their partnerships.
A reception will follow, and you're invited.
Like every Friday, from Raj Nallari and Breda Griffith's lecture notes on Economic Policies for Poverty Reduction.
Development Assistance for Health – DAH
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Daniel Yankelovich is a key figure in the creation of public-opinion research and a long-time promoter of ethical integrity in business.
Bangladesh, Nepal and Malawi have made major strides in reducing child mortality despite a shortage of resources.
Political will and a focus on family planning programs were found key to decreasing fatalities, trumping, in many cases, national wealth as a deciding factor. The Save the Children report has more details.