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Project | May - Dec 2007
Private provision has proven itself a useful tool in rolling out sustainable access to infrastructure. At the same time, both the extent ...
Business survey, corruption, utilities, water, electricity, telecoms, transport
Project | Mar 2007 - Jan 2008
This report is the second in a series of six participatory and qualitative studies on poverty in Mozambique, undertaken as part of the monitoring ...
Mozambique, Urban Poverty, Coping Strategies
Project | Jan 2001 - Dec 2003
Since the mid-1990s a telecommunications revolution has taken place in Ghana. The telecom sector has been privatized, the fixed line network ...
Project | Jan 2000 - Jan 2020
UNCTAD claims that the development of tourism may be one of the most valuable avenues for reducing the marginalisation of least developed countries ...
Project | Jan 2002 - Aug 2005
The overall aim of this four year research programme was to document processes of change and impacts of the Local Government Reform Programme ...
Project | Jan 1999 - Dec 2000
This project analyses the supply chain of goods and services to the oil sector (upstream) in Norway and Angola with a particular emphasis on ...
Supply chain, , Oil, , Firm, , Angola
Project | Jan - Jun 1996
This comprehensive evaluation of CDR in terms of research output, service funtions, consultancy work, external relations, research collaboration ...
Event | 11 Feb 2005
Does the possession of certain types of natural resource wealth undermine national economies and damage polities? Mick Moore has studied contemporary developing countries, focusing on the political consequences of resource rents. Mick Moore is Professor at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.
News | 3 Sep 2015
Corruption and illegal trafficking endanger the world’s biodiversity
News | 22 Sep 2015
This project, commissioned by Norad in conjunction with the Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam under a framework agreement, is a mid-term review ...
Tanzania mainland, Zanzibar
News | 4 Oct 2012
The government's ability to collect taxes depends on people's and businesses' willingness to pay them. How do you convince them to pay their fair share?
News | 17 Jan 2007
In a war-torn corner of DRC, in Ituri, they have shown that income-generating activities, reconstruction of infrastructure, local radio stations etc., are means to create peace in the midst of violence.
Africa: Democratic Rep. of Congo
Event | 6 Feb 2007
Chris Maina Peter, Professor of Law at the University of Dar es Salaam and a well known human rights advocate and activist, championing the rights of the marginalised through legal advice and pro bono litigation.
Public Policies in Latin America: From Legal and Policy Commitments to Actual Participatory Processes
Event | 27 Oct 2010
Even if a formal commitment expressed in legal frameworks exists, participation is not always easy to implement, and not all societies are used to open spaces for a broader participation. Camilla Gianelli raise some questions regarding the risk of adopting participatory mechanisms as a recipe.
Event | 29 Jan 2009
W. Michael Kramer a leading expert in the investigation and civil prosecution of serious fraud and corruption cases, holds a brownbag lunch at CMI discussing corruption and fraud in international development projects.
Event | 14 May 2009
This workshop aims to define a research agenda for improved knowledge of the effectiveness of strategies for improved health worker performance in low income countries.
Event | 15 Mar 2010
Detained in solitary confinement, tortured, exiled and eventually blown up by a car bomb. From an early age Albie Sachs played a prominent part in the struggle for justice in South Africa.
News | 6 Oct 2010
Remarks by U.S. President Obama in a Ministerial Meeting on Sudan.
News | 13 Oct 2010
Read the public address of Gen Salva Kiir Mayardit on his return from the official visit to the United States of America.
Event | 25 Oct 2010
Dar al-Tifi al-Arabi is the largest Palestinian orphanage providing education for more than 1500 pupils. Nefissa Naguib has made a film about the woman who founded it, and how she and her successors fill in the gaps when the state is unable to perform the function as provider of adequate welfare.