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Journal Article | Jan 2014
Background Multiple principles are relevant in priority setting, two of which are often considered particularly important. According to the ...
Priority setting, Prioritarianism, Cost-effectiveness, Equity weights, Quality-adjusted life years, Political philosophy, Empirical ethics
Event | 2 Nov 2011
Maternal and child health is prioritized in most countries. This leads us to give less priority to the treatment of chronic diseases in adults, such as AIDS. What is the basis for such priorities?
Event | 11 Apr 2013
Seminar to take stock of Brazil's development 10 years after the coming to power of Lula and PT, with André Singer, professor of ...
Health inequalities in Ethiopia: modeling inequalities in length of life within and between population groups
Journal Article | Aug 2013
Background and objectives Most studies on health inequalities use average measures, but describing the distribution of health can also provide ...
Ethiopia, Justice, Health inequality, Inequality in length of life, Priority setting, Inequality measurement, Gini
Comment to CMI insight number 5: Illicit Flows and Trade Misinvoicing: Are we looking under the wrong lamppost?
CMI Insight | Nov 2016
This is a comment to the CMI Insight number 5, published November 2016. The Insight can be found here. Comment byMatthew Salomon, 12 ...
illicit flows, trade misinvoicing, financial flows, tax, tax evation
CMI Brief | Nov 2017
Latin America is the only region in the world where adolescent pregnancies are not decreasing. According to a recent article in the Lancet, ...
teen pregnancies, pregnancy, adolescent, pregnancies, sustainable development goal, Latin America, Argentina, Brazil, El Salvador, Peru, Colombia, Uruguay, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Panama, Ecuador
From a Temporary Emergency Shelter to an Urbanized Neighborhood: The Abu Shoak IDP Camp in North Dārfūr
Sudan Working Paper | Aug 2016
Introduction In early 2003, two rebel movements (the Sudanese Liberation Army and the Justice and Equality Movement) launched an insurgency ...
Khartoum, El-Fasher, IDP camp, Abu Shoak, camp, Sudan, Darfur
CMI Brief | Oct 2016
Violence against women is widespread in Angola. This brief presents the main findings in a recent study of how violence against women is playing ...
women, violence, poverty, Angola, Luanda
Edited Book | Jan 2001
This book is about the multitude of associations that has emerged in African cities in recent years. In many cases, they are a response to mounting ...
Urbanisation, Civil society, Africa
Project | Apr 2016 - Sep 2019
Kabul – September 2016. The Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)-Norway and Peace Training and Research Organisation (PTRO) have been ...
CMI Report | Apr 2018
Executive summary How can young women in developing countries best be prepared for success in their lives and livelihoods? Life preparation ...
education, life skills, girls, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Tanzania
Scaling up sexuality education in Senegal: integrating family life education into the national curriculum
Journal Article | Jan 2016
In Senegal, school-based sexuality education has evolved over 20 years from family life education (FLE) pilot projects into crosscurricular ...
Senegal, young people, comprehensive sexuality education, school sex education, scale-up
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2003
In 1996, the World Bank and a network of non-governmental organizations (SAPRIN) started cooperating on an evaluation of 15 years of structural ...
Structural adjustment programme, Assessment, SAPRIN, World Bank, Ghana, Bangladesh, Ecuador
Journal Article | Jan 2008
Background: Maximising health as the guiding principle for resource allocation in health has been challenged by concernsabout the distribution ...
health care rationing, ethics
CMI Brief | Dec 2016
Rural Angola has gone through decades of hardships with war and economic marginalisation – culminating with the current economic crisis. ...
poverty, rural, economic crisis, education, health, Malanje, Angola
News | 23 Jun 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. Later in life he helped draft South Africa's post-apartheid Constitution, and served as a member of the Constitutional Court for fifteen years. Sachs talks to host Siri Gloppen about his life and role as a judge in the formative years of post-apartheid South Africa.
Economic reconstruction and the peasants in Ethiopia. Two papers presented at the Symposium on the Ethiopian Economy, with a postscript
DERAP Working Paper | Jan 1992
The two papers present proposals for the economic reconstruction of Ethiopia, basd on the interests of the peasants and other poor groups. In ...
Structural adjustment, Poverty, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Africa: Eritrea
Economic reconstruction and the peasants in Ethiopia. Two papers presented at the symposium on the Ethiopian economy, with a postscript
CMI Report | Jan 1992
The two papers present proposals for the economic reconstruction of Ethiopia, based on the interests of the peasants and other poor groups. ...
Structural adjustment, Poverty, Ethiopia, Eritrea
CMI Insight | May 2016
Reform of family law is considered among the most difficult to achieve since it contests ‘the notion of women and children as property’. ...
child marriage, marriage, family law, Malawi, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zambia
Effectiveness of a girls’ empowerment programme on early childbearing, marriage and school dropout among adolescent girls in rural Zambia: study protocol for a cluster randomized trial
Journal Article | Jan 2016
Background: Adolescent pregnancies pose a risk to the young mothers and their babies. In Zambia, 35% of young girls in rural areas have given ...