May 06, 2011 in Least Developed Countries Conference (ARCHIVED) | Permalink
Retooling the WASH Model's "Beneficiary" Indicators (Part II)
Ned Breslin, CEO of Water for People, continues his reflections on more effective ways to measure success in water and sanitation projects.
May 05, 2011 in Least Developed Countries Conference (ARCHIVED) | Permalink
Need Versus Greed Distinguished economist Jeffrey Sachs reflects on the limits to the global economy.
Want less, use less, share more – a roadmap to 21st century global equality. Jonathan Glennie suggests that we need a revolution in our expectations if we are to place equality at the heart of a new development paradigm.
April 14, 2011 in Least Developed Countries Conference (ARCHIVED) | Permalink
The New Bottom Billion: What If Most of the World's Poor Live in Middle-Income Countries? An estimated 960 million poor people—a new bottom billion—live in middle-income countries, a result of the graduation of several populous countries from low-income status. That is good news, but it has repercussions. Donors will have to change the way they think about poverty alleviation.
Counted Like Sheep — Retooling the WASH Model’s “Beneficiary” Indicators (Part I). A close look by Ned Breslin, CEO of Water for People, at ways to measure success in drinking water and sanitation develoment projects.