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El siguiente documento presenta el análisis, conclusiones y recomendaciones de la evaluación externa del proyecto Inseguridad Alimentaria y Desnutrición en Guatemala financiado por el Centro Internacional para la investigación en Desarrollo (CIID) de Canadá e implementado por la Universidad...

Through integrating politics, policy, economics and other social science research perspectives, this program at American University of Beirut (AUB) offers students the opportunity to deepen their conceptual, critical, and practical knowledge of public policy and international affairs, with a...

In the informal marketplaces of street vendors in Guwahati, urban governance and planning face a particular set of challenges. Researchers in this study find that the state has often withdrawn from the management of these communities, leading to cycles of conflict and deprivation. The study...

How solar-powered water pumps are helping Pakistani farmers adjust to climate change.

This paper provides an overview of the youth employment challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. It gives context on the overall economic and employment climate in the region, and takes stock of what is known — and not known — about youth...

The proportion of women workers receiving less than minimum wages is much higher than that of men in India, though there is little difference in Brazil. In India, among social groups, Scheduled Tribes are particularly disadvantaged. In Brazil white workers are less likely than non-whites to fall...

The main objective of this paper is to highlight components of a gender framework developed to guide a
Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) project that sought to address food security
through pulse productivity and nutrition in southern Ethiopia. The framework...

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