Briefing papers & notes
Memo to the President: Key Recommendations to the Next Afghan Government
Briefing Paper | Oct 15, 2009
Aid agencies working in Afghanistan say Afghanistan’s next government must improve the lives of ordinary Afghans by devoting greater resources to building up to 6,000 new schools, training upwards of 5,000 new midwives, and professionalizing the police force.
Missing pieces? Assessing the impact of humanitarian reform in Pakistan
Briefing Paper | Oct 01, 2009
Briefing Paper | Sep 16, 2009
Ensuring adaptation to climate change works for the poor
The new adaptation marketplace
Briefing Paper | Sep 15, 2009
Climate change and opportunities for green economic growth
Why should water, sanitation, and hygiene advocates lead on aid reform?
Briefing Paper | Sep 09, 2009
Review of Major Mining, Oil, and Gas Company Policies on Free Prior and Informed Consent and Social License
Briefing Paper | Sep 01, 2009
The following document is an attempt to cull publicly available statements concerning community consent by leading oil, gas and mining companies. It is not intended to be exhaustive, but is merely our best effort to compile existing statements by corporations on this issue.
Why should health advocates lead on aid reform?
Briefing Paper | Aug 12, 2009
What development professionals need: Voices of USAID professionals on the frontlines
Briefing Paper | Jul 22, 2009
Briefing Paper | Jul 16, 2009
What happened to 'development' in the WTO's Doha Round?
Waking the Devil
Briefing Note | Jul 14, 2009
The impact of forced disarmament on civilians in the Kivus