How to use bespoke competency frameworks to develop and evaluate managers in low-and-middle-income countries' public health systems
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As schools reopen, we set out recommendations for assesments to determine student capability in low-and middle-income countries.
Governments are facing tough choices on how to finance the social sectors post covid-19. We set out recommendations for revenue raising and reprioritising spending.
How bad is the impact of the pandemic on low-income countries? How long will it last? And what can be done to accelerate recovery?
An in-depth guide drawing on our work with the Covid-19 International Modelling Consortium (CoMo) and the University of Oxford
Easy-to-use mapping tools can help FSPs expand geographical outreach and increase usage by placing branches and agents closer to customers
What do financial service providers responses prior to the covid-19 outbreak tell us about managing agent liquidity for savings groups now?
Ben French sets out three opportunities for the way the merger of the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the Department for International Development could work.
Low-income countries in Africa face a long hard road to recovery. The UK could catalyse and lead global support and change the future for developing countries.