The Global Partnership on Disability and Development (GPDD) and allies are working together to raise awareness and contribute with useful information and tools in order to ensure that reconstruction efforts after Haiti earthquake involve people with dis
During 2010 the European Commission initiated a study into Development Education and Awareness Raising in EU Member States. The study led to the publication of three documents that can be downloaded by clicking on the link below:
This paper from the United Nations Capital Development Fund provides an overview of lessons learned from the design and implementation of performance-based grant systems (PBGSs) for local governments in 15 developing countries. This paper is particularly valuable for central and local government
International aid agencies and governments are increasingly giving cash payments as a way to provide relief to people after disasters. The use of cash, as opposed to "in kind" assistance, is a relatively new approach.
The article studies data from PSNP and presents an econometric analysis of food and cash transfer programs. Due to the food price increase, the effectiveness of social transfer programs is now questioned. This feeds the debate on food-insecurity alleviation strategies: cash or food ?
This review examines the role of animal milk in pastoral economies and diets. It then considers project interventions that have sought to increase the supply or commercial value of milk from animals in pastoralist regions.