Corruption is rife in Africa, costing the continent $148 billion each year - money that could be better spent on improving education, health services or infrastructure. Citizens are demanding better. Last year, mobile penetration rose above 80% in Africa and an increasingly tech savvy citizenry are beginning to utilise this technology to hold their governments to account.
What are the best ways to ensure that scholarships, conditional cash transfers, free school meals, and so on, actually reach their intended beneficiaries? This book assumes that different models of design, targeting, and management of pro-poor...
To promote the improvement of the quality of education, KIND collaborated with ANSA-EAP, to form a joint project titled Feedback for Improving the Quality of Education (FIQE), a textbooks monitoring initiative. During this two and a half year project...
Khmer Institute for National Development
Phnom Penh, KIND, 2014
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