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Family Farmers Hold Keys to Agriculture in a Warming World

Family Farmers Hold Keys to Agriculture in a Warming World | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Half a billion small-scale farmers are helping pioneer sustainable techniques.
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1,000 Days: The Period That Decides the Health and Wealth of the World

1,000 Days: The Period That Decides the Health and Wealth of the World | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
A globetrotting investigation into the biggest new idea in international development.
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Education: Africa's Unfinished Business | World Policy Institute

Education: Africa's Unfinished Business | World Policy Institute | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
(To read other articles in The African Angle series click here.)
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How to Get Girls into Secondary School and Keep Them There? | Global Partnership for Education

How to Get Girls into Secondary School and Keep Them There? | Global Partnership for Education | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Governments all over the world struggle with this question: How can we keep girls in primary school and help them transition to secondary school? Many developing countries have identified promising strategies but challenges remain to ensure girls successfully complete primary school and transition to secondary in a safe and supportive learning environment.  This is especially important as we shift our focus from the completion of primary school to continuing on to secondary school and beyond.
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What did you miss in Mexico City this week? #GPHLM #Storify | Oxfam America The Politics of Poverty Blog

What did you miss in Mexico City this week? #GPHLM #Storify | Oxfam America The Politics of Poverty Blog | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
A recap from this week's 1st High-Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC).
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Who You Callin’ Middle Class? A Plea to the Development Community

Who You Callin’ Middle Class? A Plea to the Development Community | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
It’s time to stop labeling millions of people in the developing world who have escaped $2 day poverty as “middle class”. The Asian Development Bank does it, and the African Development Bank does it.
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Remittances: the huge cost to Africa in money transfer fees | Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

Remittances: the huge cost to Africa in money transfer fees | Overseas Development Institute (ODI) | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Why is the world's poorest region paying the world's highest money transfer fees? ODI opened up this debate last week and is now following up with African central banks and finance ministries, as well as UK and US regulators, to bring about change.
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Roving Bandit: Do teachers skip class because of low pay?

Roving Bandit: Do teachers skip class because of low pay? | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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Is India still a developing country?

Is India still a developing country? | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
As elections begin in the world's largest democracy, experts specialising in areas from the economy and women's rights to youth, disability and urban development offer their thoughts
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The economic expectations and potentials of broadband Internet in East Africa | The Policy and Internet Blog

The economic expectations and potentials of broadband Internet in East Africa | The Policy and Internet Blog | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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Ensuring Equal Educational Opportunities for the Bottom 40 Percent

Ensuring Equal Educational Opportunities for the Bottom 40 Percent | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Ensuring Equal Educational Opportunities for the Bottom 40 Percent
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Money laundering, bribery and tax evasion: how to freeze illicit flows

Money laundering, bribery and tax evasion: how to freeze illicit flows | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Developing countries lose $1tn a year due to poor governance and lax regulations. A new OECD report suggests how governments can collaborate to clamp down on illicit finance
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‘Bring Back Our Girls’

‘Bring Back Our Girls’ | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Several hundred schoolgirls were abducted by Nigerian militants. Why isn’t there a serious search to rescue them?
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Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher of Penn Receives 2014 Jackie Kirk Outstanding Book Award

Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher of Penn Receives 2014 Jackie Kirk Outstanding Book Award | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher, associate director of the International Educational Development Program at th
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Beyond Aid (SSIR)

Beyond Aid (SSIR) | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
As leaders across sectors convene to discuss the new global agenda, the opportunity to collaborate on a new breed of large-scale development projects known as innovative financing has never been brighter.
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The aid debate continues in the media and on blogs - Humanosphere

The aid debate continues in the media and on blogs - Humanosphere | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
The debate over aid does not want to go away, but it is moving away from general statements about whether it works or not.
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Middle East, Dubai, Palestine Youth Survey | Arab Youth Survey Findings By Asdaa Burson Marsteller

Middle East, Dubai, Palestine Youth Survey | Arab Youth Survey Findings By Asdaa Burson Marsteller | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Explore ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey findings– A study of hopes, dreams and aspirations of Arab youth in 16 countries across Middle east, North Africa, Palastine.
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From Poverty to Power » Angus Deaton makes the case against aid (and you get to vote)

From Poverty to Power » Angus Deaton makes the case against aid (and you get to vote) | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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From Poverty to Power » Why Angus Deaton is (mostly) wrong to attack aid for undermining politics and accountability

From Poverty to Power » Why Angus Deaton is (mostly) wrong to attack aid for undermining politics and accountability | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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10 steps for solving the global learning crisis

10 steps for solving the global learning crisis | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
Yesterday, at the Learning for All Symposium organised by the World Bank, global players came together to find some answers to two major questions: How can we solve the global learning crisis and h...
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allAfrica.com: Africa: World Bank Concerned Over Growth in Africa Amidst Poverty

allAfrica.com: Africa: World Bank Concerned Over Growth in Africa Amidst Poverty | International Educational Development | Scoop.it

World Bank Chief Economist for Africa region says the bank is concerned about the growth rate in Africa which is not reflected in the pockets of many Africans with Poverty ragging in many countries.

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UN Global Education First Initiative – United Nations Secretary General’s Global Initiative on Education – Putting Girls’ Education at the Heart of the Agenda

UN Global Education First Initiative – United Nations Secretary General’s Global Initiative on Education – Putting Girls’ Education at the Heart of the Agenda | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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5 Programs Bettering Opportunities for Students in Conflict-Affected States | Center for Education Innovations

5 Programs Bettering Opportunities for Students in Conflict-Affected States | Center for Education Innovations | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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International Development News | Feminist methodologies in international development

International Development News | Feminist methodologies in international development | International Educational Development | Scoop.it
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