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Pakistan

Pakistan
  • Capital: Islamabad
  • Population: 184404791
  • Size: 803940.0 Km2

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The BLDS print collection
The BLDS print collection

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Holy war to opium war? Adapting to globalisation
Jonathan Goodhand / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Can internal forms of war also be seen as economics by other means? Can a study of an Afghan village community on the margins of the global economy improve our understanding of the political economy of warlordism which sustains protra...
More than bums on seats: making schools responsive to children’s needs
Marion Molteno; Kimberley Ogadhoh; Emma Cain; Bridget Crumpton / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
What factors structure educational disadvantage? How can international agencies work with governments, non-government organisations and communities to overcome them?
Sick cities? Evaluating healthy city projects
Trudy Harpham; Salma Burton; Ilona Blue / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
What makes a healthy city? How can urban health promotion projects involve women and the poor? Researchers from the UK’s South Bank University report on an evaluation of ‘Healthy City Projects’ (HCPs) in five countries.
Throwing away the primer: the 'real literacies' approach to adult literacy
Alan Rogers / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
What do we mean by 'illiterate'? Are we being misled by UNESCO rhetoric that literacy is the key to development? What happens when we herd into class individuals who may have nothing in common except for the fact they have been labell...
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