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    Why and when top down management of foreign aid doesn’t work

    Dan Honig, Assistant Professor of International Development at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) joins Jonathan Leape, Executive Director at IGC in conversation on how aid agencies can benefit from giving field agents the authority to use their own judgments to guide aid delivery. In Navigation by Judgment (Oxford University Press,...

    9 May 2018

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    IGC-Gates Foundation India Programme Launch

    The IGC India country programmes are merging under a new partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to engage with government, research institutes, and other institutions in Bihar to build a strong, sustainable ecosystem of research and monitoring and evaluation in the state and throughout the country, and create the necessary local institutional capacity. The...

    5 May 2018

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    Cities that Work/KCCA workshop on first steps for urban mobility reform in Greater Kampala

    On the 25th April 2018, Cities that Work co-hosted a workshop with the Kampala Capital City Authority on urban mobility in the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area, to explore first steps in reform. The workshop brought together Biodun Otunola, Managing Director of Planet Projects Limited in  Nigeria, Samson Gyamera, Executive Director of the Greater Accra Public Transport...

    25 April 2018

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    Escaping the fragility trap: Launch event with David Cameron and Donald Kaberuka

    The Center for Global Development (CGD) and the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development co-host a conversation with David Cameron, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and Donald Kaberuka, High Representative on the African Union Peace Fund, to discuss the need for a new global approach to state fragility. Cameron and Kaberuka chair the...

    19 April 2018

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    IGC at the World Bank Spring Meetings 2018

    State fragility is arguably the greatest challenge facing development today.  The share of the extreme poor in fragile and conflict-affected areas could rise to as much as 60 percent. Previously considered to be a phenomenon of low-income countries, fragility now afflicts middle- and even high-income countries, such as those in the Middle East. Given these countries’...

    18 April 2018