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International Development Research Centre


The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) is a Canadian public corporation that works with researchers from the developing world to find solutions to economic, social, environmental, and other problems. IDRC provides funds for applied research to be done by researchers from developing...

Micro-Enterprise Online Library


Micro-Enterprise Online Libary, published by National Institute for Social Science Information, provides an online micro-enterprise research library.

Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) - Kyoto University


The Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) was established in 1951 at Kyoto University, Japan, to conduct research on a variety of problems related to the prevention and reduction of natural disasters. By the end of 1995, DPRI had set up sixteen research sections, four research centres, five...

Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA)


The Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA) is a non-governmental research organisation. The two key areas of BIDPA's mandate are development policy analysis and capacity building. Its aim is to promote policy analysis through research, capacity building, assisting organisations...

Instituto Latinoamericano de Investigaciones Sociales (ILDIS)


The Instituto Latinamericano de Investigaciones Sociales (ILDIS) is an international organisation under the patronage of the Fundacion Friedrich Ebert (FFE), Germany. ILDIS specialises in research that investigates economic, political and social fields, thereby directly assisting governmental...

Equator Principles


The Equator Principles (EPs) are a credit risk management framework for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in project finance transactions. Project finance is often used to fund the development and construction of major infrastructure and industrial projects.The EPs...

Sierra Leone Information System (SLIS)


Sierra Leone Information System (SLIS) was established to implement a simple and robust management information system that could draw primarily on data already collected by the humanitarian community and the Government. SLIS's aim is to develop sustainable solutions which are primarily geared...

Conference on global poverty: business solutions and approaches


Business Solutions and Approaches, a Harvard Business School conference on global poverty, explored ways in which serving the poor can be both a profitable business proposition and help improve the lives of the world's impoverished men and women. The conference focused on successful business...

Pfizer Global Health Fellows: Expanding Access to Healthcare Through Cross-Sector Partnerships


Pfizer Global Health Fellows: Expanding Access to Healthcare Through Cross-Sector Partnerships, a case study, evaluates the response of Pfizer Inc. to the HIV/AIDs endemic. It focuses on the efforts of the its Fellows Program to support HIV/AIDS service NGOs in developing countries. In this...

Code of Conduct for NGOs in Ethiopia


Code of Conduct for NGOs in Ethiopia aims to ensure transparency and accountability in the operation of NGOs by voluntary self-regulation. The Code also seeks to improve the quality of services provided by NGOs by helping NGOs to adopt high standards of conduct and to devise efficient...