Economic Growth

Identifying Appropriate Livelihood Options for Adolescent Girls: A Program Design Tool

Author: Caro, D. | Publication Date: 2009
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There are many different types of livelihood programs, including microfinance, conditional cash transfers, vocational skills training, scholarship programs, financial literacy, life-skills training, and so on. These programs are often applied to adolescents without distinguishing how their specific socio-cultural (e.g., age, gender, religion, marital status, residence, and school attendance) and economic […] Continue reading

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Title XII: The Vision, the Institutions, and the Activities (full report)

Author: Rubin, D. | Publication Date: 2008
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Over the years, the scope and level of activities carried out by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through U.S. universities that have been characterized as “Title XII activities” has declined dramatically. The early members of the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development (BIFAD) had a broad and […] Continue reading

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Title XII: The Vision, the Institutions, and the Activities (PPT)

Author: Rubin, D. | Publication Date: 2008
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A powerpoint companion to the report “Title XII: The Vision, the Institutions, and the Activities” Continue reading

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External Evaluation Panel Report 2006: Developing Institutions and Capacity for Sheep and Fiber Marketing in Central Asia (WOOL) Project

The “Developing Institutions and Capacity for Sheep and Fiber Marketing in Central Asia” (WOOL) project has been carrying out a range of activities on wool and cashmere production, processing, and marketing in both Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The project began in 2003 following the end of three small grants in the […] Continue reading

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A Donor Perspective on the Accomplishments, Limitations, and Opportunities for Social Research

In Michael Cernea and Amir Kassam (eds) Researching the Culture in Agri-Culture: Social Resarch for International Development, CABI press. Continue reading

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