Objective of the series is to increase knowledge about M&E systems through a regular series of papers focusing on the design, implementation and use of M&E information by governments and civil society based on best practice experiences.
The Catalysts for Change game is an online game to engage people around the world to reimagine the future of poverty and global well-being. The goal? Identify a thousand new paths out of poverty in just 48 hours of gameplay with hundreds of players from all walks of life. Game takes place 3-5 April, 2012.
Presents data on how countries are closing in on the MDG targets. It unpacks the targets and indicators to map out how the development process is playing out across countries and continents.
The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) is a network of 46 affiliated professors around the world who are united by their use of Randomized Evaluations (REs) to answer questions critical to poverty alleviation. J-PAL's mission is to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is based on scientific evidence. J-PAL works to achieve this by:
Report based on a 21-month study to understand India's urbanization, to identify what was holding back India's cities and what policy changes could transform the situation on the ground.
This case sets out the experience of FinMark, an independent trust funded by DFID, in facilitating the development of more inclusive markets for transaction banking services in South Africa.