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  1. Research

    Blended Finance: What it is, how it works, and how it is used

    Aid donors increasingly seek to inject private-sector resources into development by ‘blending’ official development assistance (ODA) with private finance.

  2. Research

    The energy challenge in sub-Saharan Africa

    Sub-Saharan Africa’s energy systems face an enormous challenge. The region currently has the lowest electricity generation capacity and experiences the most acute forms of energy poverty in the world. Approximately 630 million people live without reliable access to electricity, and 790 million people are forced to rely on solid biomass to cook their food and heat their homes.

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    R4 Rural Resilience Initiative

    Quarterly Report | July - September 2016

  4. Research

    Transformative and Feminist Leadership for Women's Rights

    The complex threats to women’s rights today, particularly in societies dealing with conflict, poverty, and inequality, requires a critical mass of feminist leaders to lead the way in shifting oppressive power dynamics that keep harmful systems in place.

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    The Problem of Underinvestment in Women-Led Small and Growing Businesses in Latin America and the Caribbean: 'The Most Missing of the Missing Middle (M4)'

    Women led businesses continue to suffer from underinvestment due, among other reasons, to gender discrimination, limited ability to attract investments (as a result of their smaller size and location in slow growing sectors of the economy) and insufficient financial services tailored to the needs of women entrepreneurs.

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    Tax Battles

    The dangerous global race to the bottom on corporate tax

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