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Book presentation at Human Development and Capability Association Annual Conference

Book presentation of CBMS In Focus - Fighting Poverty with Facts: Community-Based Monitoring Systems by Celia Reyes and Evan Due, Human Development and Capability Association Annual Conference, Lima, Peru on Sept. 10-12, 2009

PEP-Africa successfully bids to lead major UNICEF-commissioned study on the impact of the current global economic crisis on children in West and Central Africa.

PEP-Africa is working with teams of local researchers in Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Ghana to simulate the impacts of the crisis and potential policy responses on various dimensions of child welfare: income, calorie intake, school participation, child labor and access to health. The national teams are coached by an advisory group including several PEP researchers and resource persons - Ismaël Fofana, Sami Bibi, Massa Coulibaly, John Cockburn, Abdoulaye Diagne and Bernard Decaluwé - as well as Luca Tiberti from UNICEF's Innocenti Research Centre in Florence.

PEP researchers selected to participate in the development of the MAMS tool to study the pursuit of the MDG in Senegal

A team of PEP-MPIA researchers from CRES (home of PEP's African office) were selected to participate in the development of the MAMS ("Maquette for MDG Simulations") tool to study the pursuit of the Millenium Development Goals in Senegal.

New book - Fighting Poverty with Facts: Community-Based Monitoring Systems

and companion website - Empowering Communities, Reducing Poverty

CBMS-UNDP Development Grants

Open only to Local Government Units in the Philippines which have implemented CBMS

NEW: PEP Policy Briefs

Policy Brief 57 - published in August 2009

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