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  • 01 Sep 2008
  • Roli Degazon-Johnson, Mahendra Reddy, Happy Kufigwa Siphambe
  • Pages: 136
Recent studies of the economic growth and development process have emphasised the critical role of human development. For small developing countries the existence of limited natural resources means that emphasis must be placed on human resources...
Learning from Experience explores how the Poverty Reduction Strategy Initiative (PRSI) process is working, as seen from the perspective of four recipient countries. This initiative of the World Bank and IMF was introduced in 1999, with the aim of...
Student loan programmes now operate in over 30 countries, both less developed and more developed. Students borrow from government agencies or commercial banks to finance their higher education. Several developing countries are now considering...
  • 01 Jan 2002
  • L. Alan Winters, Terrie Walmsley, Zhen Kun Wang, Roman Grynberg
  • Pages: 70
Multipleshift systems primarily aim to extend access and minimise unit costs. However, some systems only achieve these goals at the expense of educational quality. Policymakers may be faced by difficult choices in system design.
  • 01 Mar 2004
  • Njuguna S. Ndung'u, Matthew Odedokun, H. K. R. Amani, Anna Msutze, Christopher Gilbert, Alexandra Tabova
  • Pages: 141
Drawing on experiences in a wide range of countries, this book highlights the advantages and problems of multipleshift systems. It also makes practical suggestions on ways to make multipleshift systems operate effectively. The book is intended for...
  • 01 Nov 2008
  • Subir Shukla, Priti Joshi, Abdurrahman Umar, Simon Kisira, Ian Smith
  • Pages: 184
In recent years developing countries have expanded their government education systems in an attempt to meet the Millennium Development Goals on education by 2015. One consequence has been a dramatic growth in low-cost private education institutions,...
Education materials developed during the past two decades have tended to stress student participation and learning by doing. Consequently they require an adequate supply of equipment for effective implementation. Yet, to date, very little progress...
Until recently, science as a school subject has been unknown at the primary school level in most countries of the Third World. Even at the secondary school level where science has been taught for a number of years in Commonwealth African countries,...
Education materials developed during the past two decades have tended to stress student participation and learning by doing. Consequently they require an adequate supply of equipment for effective implementation. Yet, to date, very little progress...
  • 01 Jan 2002
  • Anthony Hughes, Havelock Brewster
  • Pages: 48
This publication is the revised version of a study and report commissioned by the Secretariat entitled 'Lowering the Threshold: Changing Private Investors’ Perceptions by Reducing the Cost and Risk of Investment in Least Developed, Small and...
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