A new report demonstrates the connection between maternal and child education, finding that mothers’ literacy programs boost their children’s math scores and their own sense of empowerment.
Posts Tagged ‘ International Development ’
UNDP’s Eugenia Piza-Lopez and Jago Salmon discuss the organization’s strategy in nations struggling to rebuild after conflict
A World Bank report looks at the impact of women’s social capital on child malnutrition in Peru.
Authors investigate the role infrastructure improvement can play in improving outcomes for the developing world’s urban poor
In this week’s episode of Chicago Policy Radio, Bradley Crawford sits down with Andi Zeisler, cofounder of Bitch magazine, to talk about family policy, women’s status in developing countries, and the path of women’s progress over the past fifteen years.
The cities of the developing world are taking off. The cities of the Global North ought to get on board, or risk being left behind.
Conditional cash transfer programs reward good behavior now and result in improved living standards later.
China’s insatiable thirst for energy means climate change is inevitable.
In Guatemala, obstacles to effective family planning abound. One group is turning to a younger generation to create change.
The outpouring of aid in Haiti failed to reach the people who needed it most.