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- DocumentWorld Bank, 2001This chapter discusses the opportunities and challenges that financial globalization entail for developing countries.This article finds that:financial globalization can come with crises and contagionfinancial globalization can also lead to large benefits, particularly to the development of the financial systemthe net effect of financial globalization is likely positive, with risDocumentForeign Policy in Focus, 2001The objective of this discussion paper is to examine in broad terms the emergence of a transnational citizen movement opposed to the current forms of global economic governance, while providing sketches of main analytical tendencies within this diverse movementDocumentUnited Nations Development Programme, 2001This conference paper investigates comparatively the nature of post-conflict situations, focusing primarily on AfghanistanThe article finds that:each post-conflict situation is different and in its own way uniqueinternational experience not surprisingly underscores the critical importance of the political mandate for reconstruction stemming from a resolution of the conflictTDocumentUnited Nations Development Programme, 2001This conference paper explores post conflict reconstruction in Afghanistan. In addition the paper investigates rehabilitation, reconstruction, and restoration of sustained economic growth in Afghanistan, the Fund's role would, inter alia, be aimed at.DocumentSussex Centre for Migration Research, 2001This electronic resource is concerned with the most 'durable' solutions to the refugee problem in Africa, settlement in the host country. In particular it examines an emergency programme mounted in response to an influx of refugees from Uganda into southern Sudan.The resource is also presented as a book.DocumentChina Business Review, 2001Collection of articles on China's accession to the WTO, largely written for a US business audienceDocumentInternational Fund for Agricultural Development, 2001This strategy paper delineates IFAD's role in helping to stem the spread of the epidemic and in addressing its effects on the rural poor and on agricultural and rural development. It describes the approach the Fund will use to achieve these objectives:adapting existing agricultural and rural development strategies and programmes to the challenges of HIV/AIDSintroducing new componentDocumentInternational Fund for Agricultural Development, 2001Over the last few years, agencies have sought increased stakeholder participation in the planning of development projects and programmes.Written at the request of the Belgian Survival Fund for the Third World Joint Programme to assist individuals and organizations in planning and evaluating interventions in a flexible, comprehensive and participatory manner, this brochure: describes a pDocumentGender and Household Food Security, IFAD, 1994There has been a significant lack of understanding and of women's role in livestock production which has consequently been largely underestimated and ignored.This report examines women's technical knowledge of and involvement in livestock production in Asia, Africa and Latin America and provides guidelines on how these issues can be incorporated in IFAD's project cycle to the benefit of rural wDocument
Survival, change and decision-making in rural households: three village case studies from eastern MoroccoGender and Household Food Security, IFAD, 1998This document presents the main findings of a study carried out between 1994 and 1995 in three villages in Eastern Morocco - each representative of a different environmental context.