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- The BLDS print collection
Browse all the latest print documents from the British Library of Development Studies...
- Climate change impact on Togo’s agriculture performance: a Ricardian analysis based on time series data
- P. Mikemina / Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 2013
- This paper applies a Ricardian approach to measure the effect of climate change on agriculture performance in Togo using time series data from the period 1971-2004. The findings show that there is a non-linear relationship between agr...
- Broken promises: gender impacts of the World Bank financed west African and Chad-Cameroon pipelines
- S Lowman / Gender Action, 2012
- This report looks at the gender impacts of the Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline and West African Gas Pipelines (WAGP). It argues that IFI involvement failed to adequately protect vulnerable social groups in affected communities, particularl...
- A methodology examining 14 African National Agriculture and Food Security Investment Plans
- G. Branca (ed); T. Tennigkeit (ed); W. Mann (ed) / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2011
- It is clear that, in the face of climate change, the agriculture sector in Africa is being called on to increase food production to meet the food demand for a growing population. A number of countries have prepared National Agricultur...
- Factoring in gender in African climate change adaptation
- G. Adeniji (ed) / Arid Lands Information Network, 2011
- Gender often dictates who gains and who loses in environmental disasters: where women lack basic rights, more will die from natural disasters than men; where they enjoy equal rights, the death rate is the same. Global debates therefor...
- How can western Africa achieve an integrated approach to climate change and sustainable development?
- F. Denton; Y. Sokona; J.P. Thomas / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2001
- OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) hosted a seminar bringing together various climate change and development experts from both developed and developing nations alike. Based on their regional perspectives, pa...
- 2009 report on promoting the deployment of clean technologies in developing countries
- World Bank, 2009
- Carbon Finance-Assist is a corporate program of the World Bank designed to help developing countries and economies in transition to better participate in the fast growing carbon market. The World Bank Institute has been entrusted to m...
- Exploring the potential for low-carbon energy projects for development in Sub-Saharan Africa
- C. Gouvello (ed); F. Dayo (ed); M. Thioye (ed) / World Bank, 2008
- Sub-Saharan Africa has an opportunity of choosing a cleaner development pathway via low-carbon energy alternatives that can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. African countries stand to benefit from financial instruments like the ...
- Improving security and justice through security sector reform
- N. Bagayoko-Penone / Eldis Gateway to Development and Environment Information, 2010
- Since the late 1990s, security sector reform (SSR) has emerged as a principal activity for promoting peace and stability, and a priority for donors in post-conflict countries. This issue of insights explores the concept of SSR as a co...
- Innovations in developing country health care delivery through social franchises
- University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
- Social franchising represents one of the best known ways to rapidly scale up clinical health interventions in developing countries. Building upon existing expertise in poor and isolated communities, social franchising organisations en...
- What can African governments do about failed ‘globalisation?’
- Thandika Mkandawire / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2008
- Globalisation in Africa has failed. Not because, as is traditionally argued, African governments havent adopted the right structural adjustment policies (SAPs), or because their effects take time to show. Structural adjustment h...
- Laboratoire de Recherche sur la Pauvreté et la Sécurité Alimentaire Durable (LARPSAD)
- Socio-economic research centre at the University of Lomé, Togo
- Togo WWW
- Official government of Togo WWW site.