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Successful first edition of a PEP training workshop provided in Sri Lanka

Poverty Measurement and Analysis - February 20-24, 2012

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to the PEP-Laval Intensive Graduate School in Development Economics, to be held in Quebec City, Canada from June 3 to 23, 2012.

CBMS conducts AHP workshop to generate weights for CCVI indicators

Expert’s Group Meeting on generating weights for indicators of the Climate-Change Vulnerability Index (CCVI) using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) was held last February 6, 2012 at the College of St. Benilde Hotel, Manila, Philippines.

CBMS-Philippines Special Awards for LGU partners

In connection with the 8th CBMS National Conference on March 19- 21, 2012, CBMS Network Team will offer special awards to our LGU partners with CBMS.

Call for Proposals - CBMS-AKFI Development Grant Program

The CBMS Network Team in collaboration with the Angelo King Foundation Inc. (AKFI) is calling for proposals from local government units in the Philippines, who have completed at least one round of CBMS implementation in their respective areas, for projects that would improve access to basic education.

Indonesia expands adoption of CBMS for Women Empowerment in 18 provinces

Following the completion of the PEP-supported Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Project in Indonesia, the CBMS Team based at SMERU-Research Institute is now providing technical support to the National Secretariat of PEKKA (Women Household Empowerment) in the adoption of CBMS in selected areas in 18 provinces in the country. Said initiative is being funded by the Australian Government.

Educational reform in Argentina: PEP researchers find no impact on labor outcomes for low-income youth

The evidence suggests that the increase in the number of years of compulsory education was not enough to induce better employment perspectives for young people living in poverty

NEW CBMS Book: The Many Faces of Poverty Volume 3

The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 3)




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