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There's no w/o effective to help lifesaving products reach the ppl who need them most. Join & others for a exploring what's next for supply chains. ➡️➡️
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The Center for Global Development May 24
What makes a politician tackle ? reviews the importance of how, why, and where education reforms happen:
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The Center for Global Development May 24
How can we strengthen supply chains? 🤔 , Lisa Harrington, Irene Koek/, joins to explore ’s efforts to advance countries on the “journey to self-reliance.” May 30 at 9:30 AM ET. 👉
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The Center for Global Development May 24
The next is coming, and it will leave little margin for error. reviews lessons learned & how the US gov’t and international system can create a better leadership structure now, for a healthier tomorrow.
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The Center for Global Development May 24
The world of digital services is the new frontier for . But what does this frontier mean for —and how can we navigate it using harmonized ? & review:
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The Center for Global Development May 24
How should US policymakers respond to from the ? 1. Implementing policies w/ mutual benefits 2. Reducing ‘push’ factors like violence 3. Partnerships w/ civil society orgs
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The Center for Global Development May 24
Despite attempts to achieve by 2030, basic remains out of reach for at least half of the world’s population. reviews :
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The Center for Global Development May 24
Technology can do incredible things—but solving accountability problems isn’t likely to be one of them, argue and Lant Pritchett. Read the paper: Or get the highlights on our blog:
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The Center for Global Development May 24
The Journey to Self-Reliance in Global Health Procurement and Supply Chains – a w/ , , & others exploring gaps in . May 30 at 9:30 AM ET. 💊 Register to attend in : 💊
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The Center for Global Development May 24
Want to know more about ’s ? et. al take a look into what’s hailed as one of the largest publicly funded health insurance programs in the world:
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The Center for Global Development May 24
. ’s new report urges to incorporate economic evidence into its guideline development process, helping countries make more efficient spending decisions and best serve their populations: cc:
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The Center for Global Development May 24
While is considered the most advanced country for mobile money ecosystems (73% of the population have MM accounts), the world leader is… . 😲📱💰 Learn more: via
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The Center for Global Development May 24
Education reform ≠ education gains. At least not automatically and not at the rate you might hope. reviews new findings in global . 🎒
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The Center for Global Development May 23
In March, we asked for your feedback to help bring a better drug to the market – the responses were mixed. , reflect on the first round of feedback:
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The Center for Global Development May 23
There's no w/o optimal to help lifesaving products reach the ppl who need them most. Join & others for a + new Working Group report. May 30 at 9:30 AM ET 💊 Register: 💊
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The Center for Global Development May 23
Writing clearly so that others can more easily access your work and interpret it correctly has got to be the absolute MINIMUM bar for seeking impact. reviews:
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The Center for Global Development May 23
Replying to @CGDev @WHO and 2 others
+ ’s new report urges to incorporate economic evidence into its guideline development process, helping countries make more efficient spending decisions and best serve their populations: cc:
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The Center for Global Development May 23
Despite attempts to achieve by 2030, basic remains out of reach for at least half of the world’s population. reviews :
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The Center for Global Development May 23
We take a look at how 's impacts countries (possible debt crisis?) here: + review what the railway project can tell us about here: 🚉 cc:
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The Center for Global Development May 23
DYK: About half of are in urban areas? With the right policies, they could increase contributions to the host community & achieve greater self-reliance. Check out ’s interactive map to learn more:
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