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PEP research-based articles to be published in the Journal of Development Studies

Two articles based on research undertaken, as part of the PAGE initiative, by PEP-supported research teams in Chad and in Cambodia will be published in the Journal of Development Studies

PEP research findings are reported in national newspapers in Cambodia and the CAR

Findings from local PEP researchers receive important media coverage in Cambodia and the Central African Republic.

PEP impact story: PEP research informs new policies to better alleviate poverty in Nigeria

Local PEP researchers in Nigeria are called on to inform key policy decisions using their PEP findings. The outstanding outcomes of this PEP project, both in terms of research and policy impact, are summarized here.

PEP research-based article to be published in the Journal of Development Studies

An article on the findings of a PAGE-supported study, co-authored by the project leader and the team’s PEP mentor will be published in the Journal of Development Studies.

Top Ghanaian newspaper publishes findings of local PEP researchers

Findings from local PEP researchers in Ghana are published in the country’s number one newspaper, the Daily Graphic.

A PEP national policy conference is held in Macedonia

February 24, 2016 | Skopje, Macedonia
On February 24, a team of local Macedonian researchers organized a policy conference in Skopje, to share and discuss their PEP findings on the potential use of remittances as a source of social protection.

PEP national policy conference in Senegal: "Female entrepreneurship, access to credit, and firms’ performance in Senegal"

On February 18, 2016, a team of local researchers organized a policy conference in Dakar, to share and discuss their PEP findings on gender differences in entrepreneurial activities, credit access and firms' performance in Senegal.

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