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UPCOMING COURSES

Debt Management
The DeMPA tool – the subject of this course - provides a comprehensive set of indicators for assessing debt management performance that are based on sound practices in government debt management.
March 02, 2015 - March 20, 2015
English
Pathways to Development
This course will provide a detail analysis of the attributes that makes the European Growth model unique and highlight its strengths and weaknesses.
March 02, 2015 - March 27, 2015
English
Parliamentary
The purpose of this training module is to build on the Parliament and the Budget module by examining in more detail the work of independent, objective, nonpartisan Parliamentary Budget Offices (PBO) and their contribution to the budget process.
March 02, 2015 - April 15, 2015
English

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Join the discussion and learn about the latest research on impact evaluation.

 

TOOLKIT
Tools to help practitioners mainstream climate risk management in development, as well as identify mitigation methodologies and options.


LEARNING NOTES
Currently cities generate about 1.3 billion tons of waste per year. Disposing of it - without harming the environment - becomes a major challenge.
TOOLKIT

Like summer’s satellite image of the melting Greenland ice sheet, a new report suggests time may be running out to temper the rising risks of climate change. 

LEARNING NOTES

Jobs are critical for reducing poverty and providing youth with a brighter future, says the World Development Report.