The five Paris principles of effective aid were only nominally successfully implemented in the state-building process of South Sudan.
Improving the quality of schooling in low-income countries is a critical challenge facing the development community.
The knowledge gathered through the ReCom research project culminates in five position paper, one on each of the themes of the programme.
Successful public financial management is one of Sierra Leone’s main achievements since the end of the civil war.
Benefits and drawbacks of a community-driven development programme that funded small-scale development projects in Afghanistan.
The most successful civic education programmes are those that give local partners real ownership over the development process.
Improving the access to safe drinking water and sanitation systems is significant in achieving a positive difference to the lives of the vulnerable.
An ambitious new approach to aid is needed to make the transition from low productivity agriculture to high productivity manufacturing.
A review of ILO interventions shows that targeting women directly and specifically is crucial to improve gender equality.