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Involving Students and Young Professionals in the SDG Challe...

I am pleased to report on this platform about an event I attended last night in San Bernardino, California.   . http://entre.csusb.edu/content/innovation-challenge   It included students and young pro...

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100 & Change: The Finalists Live

I would like to encourage my colleagues on this platform to take some time to review a very exciting event on December 20.  https://www.macfound.org/events/200/   The MacArthur Foundation will through...

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Bringing Peaceful Collaboration to the Himalyan High Ground ...

I have been working on a plan to advocate in favor of people who need some help understanding what democracy is like...  Have you ever walked in mountains above 12,000 feet?  How many times have you f...

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Engaging Citizens for Better Development Results

I was extremely pleased to review the April 2017 WBG Approach Paper 'Engaging Citizens for Better Development Results',   This IEG Evaluation of World Bank Group Citizen Engagement highlights the impo...

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TTL of the Month: Patricia Fernandes (April/May 2016)

1) Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product? I think the obvious reason is that PSIA provides teams with dedicated funding - for analytical work but it also opens up...

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Bhutan Heritage Sites Bill - Interview with Stefania Abakerl...

Dear PSIA CoP Members,   I would like to share with you all an interview conducted by our team when we first launched the CoP. Back then this interview was only featured on our Spark page, as we didn'...

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TTL of the Month (Feb-March 2016): Ke Fang

1) Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product?   Because it’s relevant. The project we proposed was about accessibility issues related to poor people in Beijing. From ...

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TTL of the Month (January 2016): Klas Sander

1) Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product?   Rather than being a “Bank instrument” or a “Bank product”, I consider PSIA a methodological approach.  If I need to un...

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TTL of the Month (December 2015) - Ciro Avitabile

1) Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product? The PSIA is a very flexible instrument that allows an on-time response to the client requests.   2) What was the most em...

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TTL of the Month (October 2015): Nandini Krishnan

1) Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product?   We looked for the PSIA because we wanted to explore two things as part of this experimental pilot in Jordan which we k...

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TTL of the Month (September 2015): Sophia Georgieva

       1) Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product? This research fits into the main purpose of PSIA examining social impacts of reforms. PSIA funding has also made ...

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TTL of the Month (July 2015): Zeynep Darendeliler

Why PSIA? Why did you choose PSIA over any other bank instrument or product?   We had an overall idea that the electricity price changes in Turkey would not have significant adverse impacts for the po...

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