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Mapping the Global Partnership for Development: Bangladesh

Faster progress towards the MDGs and sustainable human development, will require countries to respond effectively to the challenges and opportunities that globalization presents. This paper presents the global issues that are important for Bangladesh in reducing its poverty and achieving itsmore

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Mapping the Global Partnership for Development: Jamaica

In a globalizing world, a country’s development prospects are shaped by global issues such as trade, migration and climate change. Faster progress towards the MDGs and sustainable human development require countries to respond to challenges and opportunities that globalization presents. This papermore

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Output-Based Contracts in Small-Town Water Supply in Uganda: Challenges and Opportunities

This report presents findings from a review of the role of the domestic private sector in the delivery of urban water in Uganda.  Since the introduction of the output-based aid (OBA) scheme in 2008, some towns have seen a relatively rapid increase in the number of connections, while using lessmore

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Policy Options for Financing Human Development: Fiscal Space

To finance MDGs, developing countries need significant resources – external and domestic. The conventional approaches that look only at the trade-off between fiscal expansion and prudent economic management need to be reconsidered. This book proposes a new conceptual framework that also considersmore

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Poverty Thematic Trust Fund 2011 Annual Report

The Poverty Thematic Trust Fund (PTTF) has been a catalytic support to country, regional and global projects for poverty reduction for over a decade. During the past two years, the PTTF has funded 28 country projects, six regional initiatives and global policy advisory services.   This reportmore