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- DocumentSouthern African Regional Poverty Network, 2002Brief overview of the policy background to the land reform process in Mozambique, and a very generalised assessment of the extent to which this reform is improving the livelihoods of Mozambican rural people.The paper focuses on the experiences of the land component of Zambézia Agricultural Development Project (ZADP) .DocumentPovertyNet, World Bank, 2002This Sourcebook defines the World Bank’s approach to emowerment for economic growth and poverty reduction. It will also inform the World Bank’s social development strategy. A growing body of evidence is showing the linkages between empowerment and good governance and growth, growth that is more pro-poor, and improved project performance.Document
Child labour and labour rights in the sporting goods industry: a case for corporate social responsibilityClean Clothes Campaign, 2002This study seeks to (re)examine the issue/problem of child labour and other labour standards in the football industry in India building upon the previous studies done on the industry in the recent past.The study presents results from interviews and surveys of households and stitching centres in the football producing areas of Jallandhar and Batala, Punjab.DocumentGlobal March Against Child Labour, 2000This report looks at child labour and working conditions in the sport goods industry in Punjab, India.Document
Challenging conventional wisdom: smallholder perceptions of land access and tenure security in the Cotton Belt of MozambiqueLand Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2002A new land law went into effect in January 1998 in Mozambique.DocumentDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 2002Review of community schools in sub-Saharan Africa, covering as many models and donors as possible.DocumentDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 2002Looks at the role NGOs are currently playing or are intending to play in strengthening education and civil society in MalawiLessons learned include:Regulation of NGOs within the sector is weak.DocumentDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 2002Evaluation of USDA's implemention of food for education programmes.It found that: In general, research and expert views on the effectiveness of school feeding programs indicate that the programs are more likely to have positive results when they are carefully targeted and integrated with other educational, health, and nutritional interventions.To be effective, programs need to be targetDocumentDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 2002Report of consultation workshop, 17-20 February 2002, Islamabad, Pakistan. Includes review of experience with previous food-assisted education in AfghanisatanDocumentWorld Economy, Ecology and Development, 2002This study focuses on the regulation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and traces back the history, components and future consequences of the precautionary principle (PP).