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Which countries and regions are on track in the fight against hunger?
H. Dalzell; L. Kiess; T. Arnold; S. Collins / International Food Policy Research Institute 2007
This document presents an index on key facts, determinants, and trends in relation to hunger and malnutrition. It also details countries and regions are on track in the fight against hunger, that is, with regard to meeting the hunger-...
Cash transfers reduce inequality but not enough to break poverty cycle
F.V. Soares; R.P. Ribas; R.G. Osorio / International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 2007
Created in 2004, Brazil's Bolsa Familia programme consists of monthly cash transfers to poor households with children or pregnant women and unconditional transfers to extremely poor households. This paper examines how successfully and...
How to effect successful cash transfer programming  
International Committee of the Red Cross 2006
This document presents a guide to cash transfer programming. It looks to ascertain whether a cash programme is an appropriate response – and if appropriate a practical, step-by-step guide how to design and implement a cash ...
Direct cash transfers should be considered as an alternative to in-kind aid          
S. Davies; J. Davey / Munich Re 2007
This paper analyses the impact of the Dowa Emergency Cash Transfer (DECT) programme in Dowa, Malawi, on the local economy. The programme consisted of cash transfers to households over a duration of five months. Transfers were adjusted...
Presenting the results of  Norwegian development assistance
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2007
This report is Norad’s first attempt to compile and present results of all Norwegian development assistance, which amounts to more than NOK 20 billion per year (approximately USD 3.5 billion). Part I follows the Nor...
Analysing the effectiveness of tsunami aid delivery in Sri Lanka
M. Haug / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This report analyses the delivery of tsunami aid in Sri Lanka through international non-governmental organisations and the interface between the international aid delivery system and Sri Lankan governance institutions, civil society o...
Monitoring aid for trade
S. Wignaraja; C. Miras / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2007
This report takes stock of trends and developments in aid flows between 2002-2005 that are most closely related to aid for trade. Setting out the Wold Trade Organisation (WTO) monitoring framework, it briefly outlines donor and partne...
Can ICT play an important role in disaster management?
N. Gunawardene; F. Noronha / Television for Education – Asia Pacific 2007
With a focus on the role of Information Communication Technologies (ICT), this edited paper discusses a range of recent disasters. It particularly explores the subject of communication and disaster management, with contributors mostly...
The participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies
W. Eberlei / Social Development, World Bank 2007
This paper is part of a research project analysing the participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS). A number of constraints impede meaningful participation in many countries. However...
Community Risk Assessment: methodologies and case studies
ProVention Consortium 2007
This webpage presents an extensive collection of methodologies and case studies on Community Risk Assessment, collected and analysed by Cape Town University, Ben Wisner and the ProVention Consortium Secretariat as part of a ProVention...
Items 1 to 10 of 2454

Items 1 to 10 of 2454

Which countries and regions are on track in the fight against hunger?
H. Dalzell; L. Kiess; T. Arnold; S. Collins / International Food Policy Research Institute 2007
This document presents an index on key facts, determinants, and trends in relation to hunger and malnutrition. It also details countries and regions are on track in the fight against hunger, that is, with regard to meeting the hunger-...
Cash transfers reduce inequality but not enough to break poverty cycle
F.V. Soares; R.P. Ribas; R.G. Osorio / International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 2007
Created in 2004, Brazil's Bolsa Familia programme consists of monthly cash transfers to poor households with children or pregnant women and unconditional transfers to extremely poor households. This paper examines how successfully and...
How to effect successful cash transfer programming  
International Committee of the Red Cross 2006
This document presents a guide to cash transfer programming. It looks to ascertain whether a cash programme is an appropriate response – and if appropriate a practical, step-by-step guide how to design and implement a cash ...
Direct cash transfers should be considered as an alternative to in-kind aid          
S. Davies; J. Davey / Munich Re 2007
This paper analyses the impact of the Dowa Emergency Cash Transfer (DECT) programme in Dowa, Malawi, on the local economy. The programme consisted of cash transfers to households over a duration of five months. Transfers were adjusted...
Presenting the results of  Norwegian development assistance
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2007
This report is Norad’s first attempt to compile and present results of all Norwegian development assistance, which amounts to more than NOK 20 billion per year (approximately USD 3.5 billion). Part I follows the Nor...
Analysing the effectiveness of tsunami aid delivery in Sri Lanka
M. Haug / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This report analyses the delivery of tsunami aid in Sri Lanka through international non-governmental organisations and the interface between the international aid delivery system and Sri Lankan governance institutions, civil society o...
Monitoring aid for trade
S. Wignaraja; C. Miras / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2007
This report takes stock of trends and developments in aid flows between 2002-2005 that are most closely related to aid for trade. Setting out the Wold Trade Organisation (WTO) monitoring framework, it briefly outlines donor and partne...
Can ICT play an important role in disaster management?
N. Gunawardene; F. Noronha / Television for Education – Asia Pacific 2007
With a focus on the role of Information Communication Technologies (ICT), this edited paper discusses a range of recent disasters. It particularly explores the subject of communication and disaster management, with contributors mostly...
The participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies
W. Eberlei / Social Development, World Bank 2007
This paper is part of a research project analysing the participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS). A number of constraints impede meaningful participation in many countries. However...
Community Risk Assessment: methodologies and case studies
ProVention Consortium 2007
This webpage presents an extensive collection of methodologies and case studies on Community Risk Assessment, collected and analysed by Cape Town University, Ben Wisner and the ProVention Consortium Secretariat as part of a ProVention...
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