International development organizations recently endorsed a Declaration that identifies a set of common Principles fundamental to maximizing the benefits of identification (ID) systems for sustaina
The aim of social development is to achieve equitable and sustainable improvements in the physical, social, and economic well-being of individuals and groups, especially the disadvantaged.
A blog series from ADB's Asian Development Blog offers useful reference to urban planners and transport specialists on how to address violence against women and girls (VAWG) in their efforts to ens
Where the millennium development goals were seen as applying principally to developing countries, the sustainable development goals will apply globally. What do businesses need to know about them?
(UN-DESA, 2015). This synthesis report provides information on the framework and implementation approach to achieving global sustainability from the post-2015 agenda.
(Sachs, 2015). This book from renowned economics professor and global development analyst Jeffrey D.
Pastor Delbert Rice of the Kalahan Education Foundation shares his views on change and development.
1. Change should be beneficial to the particularly affected parties and to others at the same time, beneficial in the long run and not just temporary
2. Improvement in resources is much important as it is the basis for development not infrastructures
3. Continue to hear and communicate directly with local communities and make it possible to them to talk
This presentation provides information on the current state of the education sector. It also presents the potential education bubble and the needed reforms to mitigate it.