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An organizational analysis of the expansion of ADEMI’s credit programBowman, Margaret E.AI-OP2ACCION InternationalApril, 1987Credit, Microenterprise47accion-international
Assisting the survival economy: the micro-enterprise and solidarity group projects of the Dominican Development Foundation (PISCES Phase II)Ashe, JeffreyAI-OP12ACCION InternationalRev. 1984Microenterprise, Credit, Dominican Republic87accion-international
Benefits of informal sector business activity in the Dominican Republic: three case studiesBowman, MargaretAI-OP6ACCION InternationalJune, 1986Microenterprise, Dominican Republic19 + appendicesaccion-international
Building healthy financial institutions for the poor: summary of proceedingsACCION-C1ACCION InternationalSeptember, 1994Microfinance25accion-international
Issues in the regulation and supervision of microfinanceChristen, RobertACCION-C4ACCION InternationalNovember, 1995Microfinance13accion-international
Making a living in the poor barrios of San Jose, Costa Rica: a study of the informal sectorAshe, Jeffrey; Morales, NancyAI-OP14ACCION International1982Microenterprise, Credit, Costa Rica72accion-international
Micro credit: a financial intermediary for the informal sectorAshe, JeffreyAI-OP5ACCION InternationalNovember, 1986Credit, Microenterprise68 + annexesaccion-international
Regulation and supervision of microfinance institutions: summary of proceedingsACCION-C2ACCION InternationalNovember, 1995Microfinance38accion-international
Solidarity group programs: a working methodology for enhancing the economic activities of women in the informal sectorOtero, MariaAI-OP3ACCION InternationalSeptember, 1986Women Entrepreneurs, Microenterprise, Credit25 + Bibliographyaccion-international
Solidarity groups and the Women’s World Bank: experiences from Cali, ColombiaAshe, JeffreyAI-OP4ACCION InternationalMarch, 1986Credit, Women entrepreneurs37accion-international
Supervision and regulation of microfinance institutions: the Bolivian experienceLoubiere, Jacques TrigoACCION-C3ACCION InternationalNovember, 1995Microfinance13, [8]accion-international
The Dominican Association of Tricicleros “San Jose Obrero”: a case study of local empowermentReichmann, Rebecca L.AI-OP11ACCION InternationalFebruary, 1984Microenterprise, Dominican Republic118accion-international
The Pisces II experience, Volume 1: Local efforts in micro-enterprise developmentAshe, JeffreyAI-OP7ACCION InternationalApril, 1985Microenterprise146accion-international
The Pisces II experience, Volume 2: case studies from Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Kenya and EgyptAshe, JeffreyAI-OP8ACCION InternationalDecember, 1985Microenterprise, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Kenya, Egypt226accion-international
The smallest businesses of the poor: an annotated bibliographyFonstad, Carmenza, et al.AI-OP13ACCION International1982Microenterprise, Bibliography197accion-international
Women’s participation in ADEMI: the Association for the development of Microenterprises, Inc.Reichmann, Rebecca L.AI-OP10ACCION InternationalFebruary, 1984Microenterprise, Credit, Women entrepreneurs, Dominican Republic66accion-international
Women’s participation in PROGRESO: a micro-enterprise credit program reaching the smallest businesses of the poor in Lima, PeruReichmann, Rebecca L.AI-OP9ACCION InternationalOctober, 1984Microenterprise, Women entrepreneurs, Credit, Peru78accion-international
Adult Education and DevelopmentDVV InternationalCDR-001Adult Education and Development2006Adult Educationadult-education-and-development
ACEnet PublicationsACE-P2Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet)1989Cooperation, United States, Appalachian regionappalachian-center-for-economic-networks-acenet
Asset building for healthy communities: a concept paperACE-P4Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet)Business enterprises, United States22appalachian-center-for-economic-networks-acenet
Creating high performance communities through the development of learning consortiaACE-P6Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet)1994Business networks, Ohio, Appalachian region18appalachian-center-for-economic-networks-acenet
Growing sustainable communitiesACE-P1Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet)Sustainable development, Ohio, Appalachian region21appalachian-center-for-economic-networks-acenet
The transformation of policy in the new world economy: networks and collaborative policy designACE-P3Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet)Business networks, United Statesappalachian-center-for-economic-networks-acenet
Using civic networking for community economic development: ACEnet’s approachACE-P5Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet)April, 1998Small business, United Statesappalachian-center-for-economic-networks-acenet
A guide for assessing the impact of microenterprise services at the individual levelChen, Martha AlterAIMS-D11Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)November, 1997Small-scale business, Evaluationiv, 40assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
A review of approaches for measurement of microenterprise and household incomeInserra, AnneAIMS-D7Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)September, 1996Small-scale business, Researchvii, 37assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
A review of impact information systems of NGO microenterprise programsHyman, Eric; Dearden, KirkAIMS-T2Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)September, 1996Small-scale business, Evaluationx, 74assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
An assessment of the impact of microfinance services in Uganda: baseline findings: volume 1Barnes, Carolyn; Morris, Gayle; Gaile, GaryAIMS-M2/1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)May, 1998Credit, Evaluationxiv, 62assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
An assessment of the impact of microfinance services in Uganda: baseline findings: volume 2Barnes, Carolyn; Morris, Gayle; Gaile, GaryAIMS-M2/2Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)May, 1998Credit, Evaluation29, 26assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Assessing the effects of program characteristics and program context on the impact of microenterprise services: a guide for practitionersSnodgrass, DonaldAIMS-D10Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)November, 1997Small-scale business, Evaluationv, 22, [10]assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Assessing the effects of program characteristics and program context on the impact of microenterprise services: a guide for practitionersSnodgrass, DonaldMBP-97/11-1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)November, 1997Small scale business22assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Assets and the impact of microenterprise finance programsBarnes, CarolynAIMS-D2Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1996Small-scale business, Credit39assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Client monitoring systems for microfinance institutions: AIMS assistance to the Workers Bank of JamaicaBlank, LorraineAIMS-M3Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)November, 1998Credit, Monitoringiv, 16, 4,3,2assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Diversification in the household economic portfolioDunn, ElizabethAIMS-D8Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)1997Small-scale business, Researchviii, 21assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Highlights and recommendations of the second virtual meeting of the CGAP Working Group on Impact Assessment Methodologies, April 14-28, 1998Cohen, Monique; Gaile, GaryAIMS-CGAP3Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1998Credit, Evaluation13assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Highlights and recommendations of the virtual meeting of the CGAP Working Group on Impact Assessment Methodologies, April 7-19, 1997Cohen, Monique; Gaile, GaryAIMS-CGAP1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)May, 1997Credit, Evaluation10assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Household economic portfoliosChen, Martha Alter; Dunn, ElizabethAIMS-D1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1996Credit, Evaluation45assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Households, microenterprises, and debtDunn, ElizabethAIMS-D3Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1996Credit, Researchviii, 29assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Impact assessment methodologies for microfinance: a reviewHulme, DavidAIMS-M1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)May, 1997Credit, Evaluationiv, 34assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Income and assets as impact indicatorsLittle, Peter D.AIMS-D9Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)February, 1997Credit, Evaluationii, 27assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Microfinance and Mitigation of the Impacts of HIV/AIDS: An Exploratory Study from ZimbabweBarnes, CarolynAIMS-M8Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)February, 2002AIDS, Disease, Economic effectsv, 65assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Overview of studies on the impact of microenterprise creditSebstad, Jennefer; Chen, GregoryAIMS-D4Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1996Small-scale business, Credit, Evaluationviii, 25assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Pact’s women’s empowerment program in Nepal: a savings and literacy led alternative to financial institution buildingAshe, Jeffrey; Parrott, LisaAIMS-P-I1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)October, 2001Women and credit, Nepal81assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Practitioner-led impact assessment: a test in HondurasEdgcomb, Elaine L.; Garber, CarterAIMS-T3Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)May, 1998Credit, Evaluationviii, 48, [24]assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Practitioner-led impact assessment: a test in MaliMkNelly, Barbara; Lippold, Karen; Foly, Ayele; Kipke, RobinAIMS-T4Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)September, 1998Credit, Evaluationx, 100assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
PVO/NGO tools for household and business impact assessment: report of a planning meetingEdgcomb, Elaine L.AIMS-T1Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)August, 1996Small-scale business, Evaluationiii, 35assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Review of the methodological approaches to the study of the impact of microenterprise credit programsGaile, Gary L.; Foster, JenniferAIMS-D5Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1996Small-scale business, Credit, Evaluationviii, 36, 19assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
The economic, policy, and regulatory environmentSnodgrass, DonaldAIMS-D6Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)August, 1996Credit, Researchv, 36assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Towards guidelines for lower-cost impact assessment methodologies for microenterprise programsSebstad, JenneferAIMS-CGAP2Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS)June, 1998Small-scale business, Evaluationiii, 32, [15]assessing-the-impact-of-microenterprise-services-aims
Client-based market research: the case of PRODEMLee, NanciCALMEADOW-C1Calmeadow2000Microfinance, Research46calmeadow
Rural microfinance strategies: issues, concepts, best practicesLee, NanciCALMEADOW-C3CalmeadowFebruary, 1998Microfinance165calmeadow
The Get Ahead Foundation Stokvel Lending Programme South Africa: an operational overviewCalmeadowCALMEADOW-C2CalmeadowApril, 1995Microfinance, Credit27calmeadow
The microbanking bulletinCALMEADOW-MB3CalmeadowJuly, 1999Microfinance46calmeadow
The microbanking bulletin: focus on efficiencyCALMEADOW-MB4CalmeadowFebruary, 2000Microfinance73calmeadow
The microbanking bulletin: focus: reaching the poorCALMEADOW-MB5CalmeadowSeptember, 2000Microfinance65calmeadow
The Microbanking Bulletin: Trend LinesCALMEADOW-MB10CalmeadowMarch, 2005Microfinance71calmeadow
Accessing the Rural Self Reliance Fund: guidelines for savings and credit cooperativesCECI-M-A12Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Evaluation16canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Account supervisory committee in savings and credit organizations: guidelines for promotersCECI-M-A9Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Accounting33canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Amalgamations of savings and credit organizations: a training manual for promotersCECI-M-A5Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Management51canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Book-keeping systems for savings and credit organizations: guidelines for promotersCECI-M-A4Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Accounting30canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Computerization: guidelines for savings and credit cooperativesCECI-M-B9Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative societies, Technological advances11canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Empowering women through micro-finance interventions: the stories of thirty Nepali womenSharma, NamrataCECI-OP5Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)March, 1999Microfinance, Nepal, Case studies30canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Financial management of savings and credit cooperatives: a training manual for promotersCECI-M-A11Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Financial management58, 6canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Gender equity in savings and credit organizations: a training manual for promotersCECI-M-A10Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Women, Credit25, {51}canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Institutional audit tools for savings and credit organizationsCECI-M-B5Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Co-operative banking, Accounting30canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Introductory brochure on cooperative actCECI-M-B2Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative societies, Law and legislation16canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Micro-finance activities of Forest User Groups in Nepal: current status and future prospectsCECI-OP3Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)September, 1998Community forestry, Nepal38canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Model by-law for savings and credit organizationsCECI-M-B3Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Law and legislation24canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Participatory institutional assessment and visioning exercise for community based savings and credit organizationsCECI-M-A6Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Evaluation45canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Peer-based capacity building of savings and credit organizations: a training manual for promotersCECI-M-A7Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Managementcanadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Registration of savings and credit groupsCECI-M-B1Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Cooperative banking, Management13canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Registration on savings and credit organizations: a training manual for promotersCECI-M-A3Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)Microfinance, Legal aspects26canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Women’s empowerment through micro-finance? The case of the Micro-Credit Project for womenScoggins, AnthonyCECI-OP2Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI)March, 1999Microfinance, Nepal48canadian-centre-for-international-studies-and-cooperation-ceci
Culture, development and the role of primary health care (PHC)Asthana, Sheena, et al.CASID-C13/1Center for Advanced Study of International Development (CASID)Spring, 1998Primary health care51center-for-advanced-study-of-international-development-casid
Culture, development and the role of primary health care (PHC)Berliner, Howard S., et al.CASID-C13/2Center for Advanced Study of International Development (CASID)Spring, 1998Primary health care51center-for-advanced-study-of-international-development-casid
Microfinance and development, part oneCharitonenko, Stephanie, ed.CASID-C14/1Center for Advanced Study of International Development (CASID)Fall, 1998Credit39center-for-advanced-study-of-international-development-casid
Microfinance and development, part twoCharitonenko, Stephanie, ed.CASID-C14/2Center for Advanced Study of International Development (CASID)Spring, 1999Credit63center-for-advanced-study-of-international-development-casid
Ashton-Warner Literacy MethodGunter, Jock, et al.CIE-TN5Center for International Education (CIE)1972Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Literacy14center-for-international-education-cie
Bintang Anda: A Game Process for Community DevelopmentMarzuki, Saleh; Dilts, RussCIE-TN18Center for International Education (CIE)1982Non-Formal Education, Indonesia, Educational Games21center-for-international-education-cie
Community NewspapersDilts, Russell; Fakih, MansourCIE-TN27Center for International Education (CIE)1989Media, Indonesia18center-for-international-education-cie
Concientizacao and Simulation/GamesSmith, William A.CIE-TN2Center for International Education (CIE)1972Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Freire, Educational Games, Simulations26center-for-international-education-cie
Designing and Using Simulations for TrainingCash, KathleenCIE-TN20Center for International Education (CIE)1983Non-Formal Education, Indonesia, Simulations35center-for-international-education-cie
Discussion StartersYunus, Ibrahim; Dilts, RussCIE-TN25Center for International Education (CIE)1983Non-Formal Education, Communication17center-for-international-education-cie
Field Training Through Case StudiesPontius, John; Yakub, YahyaCIE-TN16Center for International Education (CIE)1981Non-formal education, Indonesia21center-for-international-education-cie
FotonovelaBarriga, Patricio; Villacis, RodrigoCIE-TN13Center for International Education (CIE)Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Literacy12center-for-international-education-cie
Game of Childhood DiseasesBialosiewicz, Frank; Burns, JulieCIE-TN23Center for International Education (CIE)1983Non-Formal Education, Health Education, Educational Games37center-for-international-education-cie
HaciendaHoxeng, JamesCIE-TN3Center for International Education (CIE)Non-formal education, Ecuador, Educational Games23center-for-international-education-cie
Letter DiceGunter, Jock; game designed by James Hoxeng & Amparo BorjaCIE-TN6Center for International Education (CIE)rep.1988Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Educational Games17center-for-international-education-cie
Letter Fluency GamesGunter, JockCIE-TN9Center for International Education (CIE)1975Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Educational Games23center-for-international-education-cie
Market RummyGunter, Jock, et al.CIE-TN4Center for International Education (CIE)1972Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Educational Games14center-for-international-education-cie
Math Fluency GamesGunter, JockCIE-TN8Center for International Education (CIE)Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Educational Games25center-for-international-education-cie
NGOs in IndonesiaFakih, MansourCIE-OP1Center for International Education (CIE)June, 1991Development, Indonesia16center-for-international-education-cie
NGOs in Latin AmericaAnello, EloyCIE-OP2Center for International Education (CIE)June, 1991NGOs, Guatemala, Columbia, Chile31center-for-international-education-cie
NGOs in the SahelOtto, JonathanCIE-OP3Center for International Education (CIE)June, 1991Development, West Africa, Environment52center-for-international-education-cie
Number BingoGunter, Jock; game designed by Patrico Barriga & James HoxengCIE-TN7Center for International Education (CIE)Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Educational Games15center-for-international-education-cie
Participatory Communication in Nonformal EducationComings, JohnCIE-TN17Center for International Education (CIE)1981Non-Formal Education, Indonesia, Communication15center-for-international-education-cie
Puppets and the TheaterMoreno, Carlos; Clason, Carla; Borja, AmparoCIE-TN12Center for International Education (CIE)Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Theatre29center-for-international-education-cie
Q-Sort as a Needs Assessment TechniqueTate, SeanCIE-TN21Center for International Education (CIE)1982Non-Formal Education, Indonesia, Needs Assessment23center-for-international-education-cie
Record Keeping for Small Rural BusinessesMurcia, EligiaCIE-TN26Center for International Education (CIE)1985Microenterprise, Accounting27center-for-international-education-cie
Road-to-Birth GameBurns, Julie; Bialosiewicz, FrankCIE-TN24Center for International Education (CIE)1983Non-Formal Education, Health Education, Educational Games37center-for-international-education-cie
Skills Drills: A Self-Correcting Math Proficiency GameMunger, Fredi; Shader, HollyCIE-TN28Center for International Education (CIE)1989Educational Games36center-for-international-education-cie
Tabacundo: Battery-Powered DialogueHoxeng, James; Ochoa, Alberto; Ickis, ValerieCIE-TN10Center for International Education (CIE)Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Media27center-for-international-education-cie
The Ecuador projectEvans, David; Hoxeng, JamesCIE-TN1Center for International Education (CIE)January, 1973Non-formal education, Ecuador23center-for-international-education-cie
The Education GameSmith, William A.CIE-TN14Center for International Education (CIE)1981Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Educational Games28center-for-international-education-cie
The FacilitatorBarriga, Patricio; Moreno, Carlos; Ickis, Valerie; Tasiguano, EnriqueCIE-TN11Center for International Education (CIE)Non-Formal Education, Ecuador, Communication32center-for-international-education-cie
The Fun BusRussell, RobertCIE-TN15Center for International Education (CIE)1977Non-Formal Education, USA, Theatre43center-for-international-education-cie
The Learning Fund: Income Generation through NFEIskander, Anwas; Moulton, Daniel; Sihombing, UmbertoCIE-TN22Center for International Education (CIE)1982Non-Formal Education, Indonesia, Microenterprise24center-for-international-education-cie
Using Consultants for Materials DevelopmentBergau, Nancy; Soedharno, R.F.CIE-TN19Center for International Education (CIE)1982Non-Formal Education, Indonesia18center-for-international-education-cie
A cost-effectiveness analysis of the Grameen Bank of BangladeshSchreiner, MarkCSD-WP99-5Center for Social Development (CSD)1999Credit, Bangladesh52center-for-social-development-csd
Aspects of outreach: a framework for the discussion of the social benefits of microfinanceSchreiner, MarkCSD-WP99-3Center for Social Development (CSD)1999Credit, Social effects30center-for-social-development-csd
Building social capital from the center: a village-level investigation of Bangladesh’s Grameen BankLarance, Lisa YoungCSD-WP98-4Center for Social Development (CSD)1998Credit, Bangladesh37center-for-social-development-csd
Economic poverty reconsidered: the case forBeverly, Sondra G.CSD-WP99-1Center for Social Development (CSD)1999Poverty, Research24center-for-social-development-csd
How can the poor save?: theory and evidence on saving in low-income householdsBeverly, SondraCSD-WP97-3Center for Social Development (CSD)1997Savings, Investment57center-for-social-development-csd
The subsidy dependence index and recent attempts to adjust itSchreiner, Mark; Yaron, JacobCSD-WP99-2Center for Social Development (CSD)1999Microfinance44center-for-social-development-csd
What we know about effects of asset holding: implications for research on asset-based anti-poverty initiativesPage-Adams, Deborah; Sherraden, MichaelCSD-WP96-1Center for Social Development (CSD)1996Poverty alleviation, Research20center-for-social-development-csd
Combining service delivery and advocacy within humanitarian agencies: experiences from the conflict in Sri LankaHaug, MaritCCS-IWP10Centre for Civil Society (CCS)2001Development assistance, Sri Lanka29centre-for-civil-society-ccs
Exploring the concept of community: implications for NGO managementde Berry, JoCCS-IWP8Centre for Civil Society (CCS)1999Non-governmental organizations, Management21centre-for-civil-society-ccs
NGOs, advocacy and popular protest: a case study on ThailandDechalert, PreechaCCS-IWP6Centre for Civil Society (CCS)1999Non-governmental organizations, Thailand36centre-for-civil-society-ccs
Who will bear the torch tomorrow?: charismatic leadership and second-line leaders in development NGOsSiddiqi, M. ShameenCCS-IWP9Centre for Civil Society (CCS)2001Non-governmental organizations, Management35centre-for-civil-society-ccs
A History of Saskatchewan Co-operative Law – 1900 to 1960Mullord, Don; Axworthy, Christopher S.; Liston, DavidCSC-OP88-02Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)February, 198858centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
A new model for producer co-operatives in IsraelDaniel, Dr. AbrahamCSC-OP86-04Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)November, 198640centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Adult Educators in Co-operative Development; Agents of ChangeStefanson, BrendaCSC-OP02-02Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)2002Co-operative Societies, Adult Education88centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
An educational institute of untold value: The evolution of the Co-operative College of Canada, 1953-1987Crewe, JodiCSC-OP01-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)1999Co-operative Education57centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Community-based models of health care: a bibliographyKetilson, Lou Hammond; Quennell, MichaelCSC-90-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)June, 199049centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Comparative financial performance analysis of Canadian co-operatives, investor-owned firms and industry normsHarris, Andrea; Fulton, MurrayCSC-OP96-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)February, 1996Cooperative societies136centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Conflict, Co-operation, and Culture: A Study in Multiparty NegotiationsBenson, Marjorie L.CSC-OP02-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)2002Mediation221centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operative Organization in Rural Canada and the Agricultural Co-operative Movement in China: A ComparisonShufang, Zhu; Apedaile, LeonardCSC-OP98-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)1998Agriculture, Co-operatives43centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operative organizations in Western CanadaFulton, MurrayCSC-OP88-03Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)March, 198829centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operatives and Development: Towards a Social Movement PerspectiveDeveltere, PatrickCSC-OP92-03Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)July, 1992103centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operatives and Farmers in the New AgricultureFulton, Murray; Sanderson, KimCSC-OP03-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)March, 2002Agriculture, Co-operative39centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operatives and social democracy: elements of the Norwegian caseEkelund, Finn AageCSC-OP86-02Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)May, 198633centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operatives and their employees: towards a harmonious relationshipAxworthy, Christopher S.CSC-OP86-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)April, 198673centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Co-operatives in Principle and PracticeMcGillivray, Anne; Ish, DanielCSC-OP92-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)March, 1992133centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Credit unions and caisses populaires: background, market characteristics and future developmentZinger, J. TerenceCSC-OP94-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)March, 1994Credit unions21centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Election of directors in Saskatchewan co-operatives: processes and resultsApland, Lars E.CSC-OP87-01Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)April, 198764centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Employment co-operatives: an investment in innovation: conference proceedingsMcCarthy, Skip, ed.CSC-OP85-02Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)August, 1985277centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Encouraging democracy in consumer and producer co-opsBailey, StuartCSC-OP86-03Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)July, 1986115centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Farm interest groups and Canadian agricultural policyWilson, Barry; Laycock, David; Fulton, MurrayCSC-OP88-04Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)September, 1988Agricultural Cooperative Societies36centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
Farmers, capital and the State in Germany, c. 1860-1914Fairbairn, BrettCSC-OP91-02Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC)December, 199129centre-for-the-study-of-co-operatives-csc
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Feminism, internationalism and the West: questions from the Indian contextJohn, Mary E.CWDS-O27Centre for Women's Development Studies (CWDS)1998Women, India23centre-for-womens-development-studies-cwds
Gender development indicators: issues, debates and ranking of districtsRustagi, PreetCWDS-O33Centre for Women's Development Studies (CWDS)2000Women in development, Researchviii, 54centre-for-womens-development-studies-cwds
Power vs. representation: feminist dilemmas, ambivalent state and the debate on reservation for women in IndiaSharma, KumudCWDS-O28Centre for Women's Development Studies (CWDS)1998Women, Legal status, India28centre-for-womens-development-studies-cwds
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Armed angels: women in IranHendessi, MandanaCH-R16CHANGE1990Women, Iran20change
Canvasses of women in the PhilippinesVillariba, Mariya C.CH-R18-1993CHANGEJanuary, 1993Women, Grassroots Organizing39change
Contradictions and ironies: Women of LesothoMalahleha, GwenCH-R13CHANGE1985Women, Lesotho12change
Economic Development and Women’s PlaceWong, Aline K.CH-R1CHANGE1980Women, Singapore20change
Hard Cash: man-made development and its consequencesAllison, Helen; Ashworth, Georgina; Redclift, NannekeCH-TB5CHANGE1985Women in Development, Foreign Aid25change
In search of Ethiopian womenSelassie, Tsehai BerhaneCH-R11CHANGE1984Women, Ethiopia20change
Israeli women and men: divisions behind the unityDavis, Nira YuvalCH-R6CHANGE1981Women - Israel23change
Malaysian women at the crossroadsNg, Cecilia; Yong, CarolCH-R17CHANGE1990Women, Malaysia16change
Minus lives: Women of BangladeshKabeer, NailaCH-R10CHANGE1984Women, Bangladesh16change
Mothers of the land: Nepalese women todaySherpa, LamuCH-R18CHANGEJanuary, 1993Women, Nepal, Social Conditions, Education, Agriculture31change
Nation builders: Women of NigeriaOruene, Taiwo OlaleyeCH-R15CHANGE1985Women, Nigeria16change
Of conjuring and caringMay, NickyCH-TB1CHANGE1984Women in Development28change
Of violence and violation: women and human rightsAshworth, GeorginaCH-TB2CHANGE1985Women, Human Rights22change
Providence and Prostitution: Women in Buddhist ThailandThitsa, KhinCH-R2CHANGE1990Women, Thailand24change
Self twice removed: Ugandan womanAkello, GraceCH-R8CHANGE1990Women, Uganda20change
Sexonomics: an introduction to the political economy of sex, time and genderUmfreville, MabelCH-TB6CHANGE1990Women, Economic Conditions56change
Shaming the world: the needs of women refugeesBonnerjea, LucyCH-TB3CHANGE1985Women Refugees24change
Sisters of the sun: Japanese women todayIkegame, MiekoCH-R12CHANGE1985Women, Japan12change
The new Soviet woman model or mythMcAndrew, Maggie; Peers, JoCH-R3CHANGE1981Women, Soviet Union28change
Unseen phenomenon: the rise of homeworkingvan Luijken, Anneke; Mitter, SwastiCH-TB4CHANGE1989Women, Employment32change
When will democracy include women?Ashworth, GeorginaCH-TB7CHANGE199257change
Women in Argentina: myths, realities and dreamsZabaleta, MartaCH-R19CHANGE1993Women, Argentina37change
Women in Pakistan: A new era?Khan, Nighat SaidCH-R14CHANGE1984Women, Pakistan16change
Women in PeruFigueroa, Blanca; Velasco, Jeanine AndersonCH-R5CHANGE1990Women, Peru20change
Dowry and bridewealth presentations in rural Bangladesh: commodities, gifts or hybrid forms?Bleie, ToneCMI-W1990:10Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)December, 1990Women, India, Bangladeshxviii, 165chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
Moving with tradition: the politics of marriage amongst the Toka of ZambiaGeisler, GiselaCMI-W1990:14Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)December, 1990Marriage law, Zambiaiii, 24chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
Prostitution as metaphor in gender construction: a Gambian settingSkramstad, HeidiCMI-W1990:11Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)December, 1990Sex trade25chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
The fluid meanings of female circumcision in a multiethnic context in Gambia: distribution of knowledge and linkages to sexualitySkramstad, HeidiCMI-W1990:12Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)December, 1990Female genital mutilationiii, 21chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
The gendered state: a review of some recent studies on women and the stateHalvorsen, KateCMI-W1991:1Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)February, 1991Women, Legal statusiii, 29chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
The relationship between the state, family and household: consequences for women’s participation in the education system in Kerala, IndiaHalvorsen, KateCMI-W1990:2Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)May, 1990Women, Education, Indiai, 28chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
The Vagaries of descent-reckoning: father’s right is mother’s lossGeisler, GiselaCMI-W1990:13Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)December, 1990Kinship (Law), Zambiaiii, 19chr-michelsen-institute-cmi
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A critical reflection on the development work of SMSSS: Past, present and futureMoras, Veeresh V.DI 371Coady International Institute2007India, Agency Organization Program145coady-international-institute
A study of training efforts to develop co-operative marketing for women micro entrepreneurs in NepalTamrakar, AnjanaDNE 53Coady International Institute2000Women, Small scale enterprises, Nepal39coady-international-institute
A study on capacity building of women in Panchayat Raj Institution in Karnataka, IndiaD'Silva, LinnetDI 360Coady International Institute2005India, Women, Democracy41coady-international-institute
A study on community health and application of herbal medicine in the operational area of Neyyattinkara Integral Development Society (NIDS), Kerala, IndiaMannoor, Fr. DennisDI 362Coady International Institute2005India, Health Education40coady-international-institute
A study on the future of disabled children in rural IndiaRaj, D. J. AntonyDI 348Coady International Institute2004India, Disabled persons, Children67coady-international-institute
Adivasi Katkari in transition of educational developmentGonsalves, Rev. Elias JosephDI 358Coady International Institute2004India, Tribal peoples, Education, Children56coady-international-institute
Advocacy and lobbying with the Ogiek community of Kenya for their right to basic servicesNjuguna, Mary WairimuDK 113Coady International Institute2004Kenya, Advocacy, Tribal peoples, Community development56coady-international-institute
Advocacy for the forest villagers’ land rights in Sehore district Madhya Pradesh, IndiaBeck, Sr. DorothyDI 357Coady International Institute2004India, Tribal peoples, Advocacy, Land reform54coady-international-institute
Advocacy on rural women’s political awarenessPengadu, Sr. Mariamma GeorgeDI 347Coady International Institute2004India, Women, Advocacy33coady-international-institute
Advocating an end to HIV/AIDS stigma in ZambiaMukaka, Idah Nambela SinkalaDZA 52Coady International Institute2005Zambia, Health education30coady-international-institute
‘Alternative marketing system’ for the tribal people of Singhbhum district in Jharkand, IndiaCrasta, Fr. Cyril WalterDI 321Coady International Institute2002India, Tribal peoples, Cooperatives39coady-international-institute
An analysis of the psycho-social impacts of the Nepalese civil war on children of the eastern regionSubedi, Kedar NathDNE 88Coady International Institute2005Nepal, Children, Human rights41coady-international-institute
An exploration of exit strategies for development organizations: the case study of Masaf Project in Thyolo District – MalawiMeya, Samuel ChiwaulaDMA 17Coady International Institute2006Malawi, Agency Organization Program, Community Development50coady-international-institute
An independent study on the development of gender strategies in Rural Community Development Service Council (RCDSC) and its programs, Jaleshwar, Mahottari-NepalKapar, Ram AdharDNE 85Coady International Institute2004Nepal, Women, Community development51coady-international-institute
Analysis of causes of intra-family conflicts in EzbetEl-Nakhal, EgyptFarag, Mary GuirguisDEE 68Coady International Institute2005Egypt, Peacebuilding28coady-international-institute
Anti-globalisation strategies for the capacity building of NGOs on food security issues in South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal, IndiaBiswas, AshisDI 356Coady International Institute2004India, Food supply51coady-international-institute
Approaches to self-reliant community-based development in Malawi (Southern Africa)Chima, Patrick Kasiwa BDMA 13Coady International Institute2000Community development, Malawi26coady-international-institute
Approaches to transforming volunteers’ attitude from needs-based approach to rights-based approachGayed, Nawal AtallaDEE 69Coady International Institute2007Children, Human rights, Volunteers, Egypt50coady-international-institute
Assessing SOLVE Help for Innovative Plan (SHIP) micro finance model with other two modelsShrestha, Sohan LalDNE 61Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Credit36coady-international-institute
Assessing the ways of introducing microfinance into the Thal communityRajanesan, Joseph LDP 10Coady International Institute2003Savings and credit, Pakistan36coady-international-institute
Asset based community development: in the perspectives of the relations between the NGOs and the community in NepalKhanal, Madhav PrasadDNE 75Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, Community development, Nepal48coady-international-institute
Asset-based community development: spirituality as an assetVaz, Fr. Valeriano JoaquimDI 331Coady International Institute2002India, Asset-based approaches32coady-international-institute
Assisting community to become economically and environmentally sustainable through participatory developmentDalmet, Rev. Ididore JaoDI 355Coady International Institute2004India, Asset-based approaches, Tribal peoples36coady-international-institute
Behavior change intervention for the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS and STI among the high risk population in NepalSapkota, Tika RamDNE 73Coady International Institute2003Health education, Nepal35coady-international-institute
Bridging the digital divide: how the role of government can improve efficiency and the benefits of ICT in ‘bridging the digital divide’Sisya, Muzanya-DanieDZA 53Coady International Institute2005Zambia, Communications29, xivcoady-international-institute
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Building a movement for social equityJairu, Ashok BikramDNE 64Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Human rights42coady-international-institute
Building a true democratic culture in Nigeria’s local communities through community based development advocacy toolsOjo, Peter EhichioyaDNC 122Coady International Institute2003Advocacy, Nigeria30coady-international-institute
Capacity building of local institutionsBasnet, Man BahadurDNE 79Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, Community development, Nepal32coady-international-institute
Capacity building of partner organizations in Okhaldunga DistrictShrestha, SatiDNE 65Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Management37coady-international-institute
Capturing unpredictable and intangible change: Evaluating an asset-based community development (ABCD) approach in EthiopiaPeters, Brianne; Gonsamo, Mengistu; Molla SamuelCOADY-OP10Coady International InstituteMarch, 201120coady-international-institute
Career counseling for future in Indian contextHanut, Robert RajaDI 374Coady International Institute2010Youth, Labour, India49coady-international-institute
Cassava production program: application to youth unrest in the Niger Delta of NigeriaOdofin-Belo, YeleDNC 127Coady International Institute2005Nigeria, Agriculture, Youth41coady-international-institute
Causes of intra-community conflicts in India: the case of the Champak and Chetna Communities Health and Development ProjectPradhan, Leela KumariDI 359Coady International Institute2004India, Peacebuilding29coady-international-institute
CBOs and social change in the slums of IndiaSingh, KuldeepDI 377Coady International Institute2013People's organizations, India36coady-international-institute
Centre for adult learning, economic empowerment and civic responsibilityKirya, Richard HakaliDU 71Coady International Institute2012Adult education, Agency organization program, Uganda41coady-international-institute
Challenges and opportunities of addressing gender issues around girls education through the rights based approachNyasulu, MaryDMA 14Coady International Institute2004Malawi, Education, Human rights, Children35coady-international-institute
Challenges of participatory approaches to the policies and procedures of microfinance institutions: the case study of women’s development and cooperatives (Nigeria)Ajayi, Mary OmolaraDNC 115Coady International Institute2002Nigeria, Women, Credit26coady-international-institute
Characteristics for a successful Dalit movementSunar, GajadharDNE 71Coady International Institute2003Advocacy, Human rights, Nepal45coady-international-institute
Child labour in India: causes, consequences and strategies for changeKennedy, JohnDI 314Coady International Institute2000Children, India29coady-international-institute
Child rights in the tea industry of AssamTirkey, Rev. CyrilDI 342Coady International Institute2004India, Children, Human rights, Labour56coady-international-institute
Communications towards good governanceAkter, SinaDBA 81Coady International Institute2001Bangladesh, Communication22coady-international-institute
Community animation programme in Mt. Horne: “entry and withdrawal” strategiesFrancique-Renaud, MargaretDGC 4Coady International Institute2000Community development, Grenada24coady-international-institute
Community asset managementGebrehiwot, Addisalem WondimuDEC 31Coady International Institute2005Ethiopia, Asset-based approaches, Community development38coady-international-institute
Community based approaches and programs for the aged in IndiaSaldana, ManojDI 349Coady International Institute2004India, Elderly, Asset-based approaches40coady-international-institute
Community based management of natural resources: linkage between management and income: a case study of CBMIF Project, Kweneng West, BotswanaThamage, Douglas MphoDBG 9Coady International Institute2000Rural development, Botswana, Environment23coady-international-institute
Community based rehabilitation for empowering women with disabilities in NepalShrestha, Ram KeshariDNE 60Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Disabled persons, Women28coady-international-institute
Community health program in cooperative modelSubedi, Karuna SagarDNE 59Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Health education, Cooperatives35coady-international-institute
Community participation in infrastructure developmentShah, ShasiDNE 83Coady International Institute2004Nepal, Community development37coady-international-institute
Community-based approaches to solid-waste management in developing countriesOfosu, DanielDGB 99Coady International Institute2004Ghana, Environment35coady-international-institute
Community-based health insurance scheme: An important complement to health care financing for Nigeria’s attainment of “Health for All”Njoku, Bola OyinDNC 128Coady International Institute2011Health, Nigeria61coady-international-institute
Community-based participatory approaches to HIV/AIDS prevention in KenyaNamachanja, Florence NdukuyuDK 105Coady International Institute2000Health education, Kenya22coady-international-institute
Community-based sustainable fisheries management program in BangladeshHaque, A.B.M. MahfuzulDBA 90Coady International Institute2004Bangladesh, Fisheries44coady-international-institute
Comparing disabilities across context – St. Lucia / JamaicaIsidore, LanciaDSG 9Coady International Institute2009Disabled persons, St. Luciaiii, 40coady-international-institute
Comparison of community based rehabilitation services for people with intellectual disabilities in Chittoor district in Seemandhra state in India and in Antigonish in Nova Scotia, CanadaVdayakumar, Lazarus GeorgeDI 378Coady International Institute2014India, Disability83coady-international-institute
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Cooperative development in the rural delta of NigeriaAmoo, Joshua OladejoDNC 117Coady International Institute2002Nigeria, Cooperatives, Women33coady-international-institute
Creating an enabling environment and encouraging the role of youth in peace buildingRegmi, Guru PrasadDNE 92Coady International Institute2009Youth, Peacebuilding, Nepalvi, 38coady-international-institute
Creating capacity for Oistins Fisherfolk Association by strengthening existing partnerships: an overview of Oistins Fisherfolk Association’s ability to sustainably manage the Oistins Fisheries co-management pilot project (OFCoMP)Jackman, Philip StephanDBB 5Coady International Institute2004Barbados, Agency organization program, Fisheries54coady-international-institute
Creating enabling environment through national policy for home based workers in NepalNeupane, SabitraDNE 91Coady International Institute2008Women, Labour, Nepal48coady-international-institute
Cultural factors that protect women against sexual and domestic violence: A case study of Africa and Black Nova ScotiansBankole, Folake ModupeDNC 129Coady International Institute2013Women, Nigeria, Nova Scotiavi, 42coady-international-institute
Cultural practices that perpetuate HIV/AIDS in KenyaOdonde, Margaret ADK 115Coady International Institute2004Kenya, Women, Health education47coady-international-institute
Day-to-day key management issues of the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, VietnamNguyen, Thi Thank HuongDVA 3Coady International Institute2000Management, Vietnam28coady-international-institute
Design of a resource CUM training center for the people served by Neyyattinkara Integral Development SocietyK., Vipin RajDI 343Coady International Institute2004India, Agency Organization program, Community development40coady-international-institute
Designing a development studies course relevant to development issues in North East India and in keeping with theological principle of AICSLalhmingsangiDI 373Coady International Institute2009Education, India44coady-international-institute
Designing participatory monitoring and evaluation system in SOLVE NepalDhungel, DamodarDNE 80Coady International Institute2003Evaluation, Nepal36coady-international-institute
Determining an appropriate model of savings and credit for Tuma Kavi Development Association, Northern GhanaAwuni, Theresa LaribaDGB 94Coady International Institute2003Savings and credit, Women, Ghana37coady-international-institute
Developing a micro enterprise program for youth empowermentAnador, Dodzi Yao DavidDGB 87Coady International Institute2002Ghana, Youth, Small-scale enterprises30coady-international-institute
Developing a model for co-ordination of the development activities undertaken by the diocese of Mahajanga, MadagascarCastelino, Fr. BalthazarDMI 1Coady International Institute2002Madagascar, Community development, Management41coady-international-institute
Developing minority right within a community development approach in Bawean IslandFatwa, Ahmad FajruddinDIA 9Coady International Institute2013Tribal peoples, Tourism, Indonesia33coady-international-institute
Developing strategies to support self-employment for street youth in urban areas of BeninSossavi-Dossa, Afiwa MarieDBK 1Coady International Institute2000Youth, Benin, Credit29coady-international-institute
Development and management of the informal sector in Tanzania: the case of petty trading in Kinondoni MunicipalityLuande, Judith PDTA 69Coady International Institute2003Small-scale enterprises, Tanzania40coady-international-institute
Development implementation committees – the problem situationKapitapita, Charles MwalembeDMA 19Coady International Institute2007Community development, Malawi35coady-international-institute
Development of viable micro-enterprises and their contribution to community developmentRambarran, KhatijaDGE 8Coady International Institute2004Guyana, Small-scale enterprises51coady-international-institute
Disability, HIV/AIDS and gender in Nigeria: A critical analysisOsukwu, Celine EbereDNC 130Coady International Institute2013Disabled persons, Health education, Advocacy, Nigeria46coady-international-institute
Disabled people’s organisations in Zimbabwe and their future sustainability: as assessment of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of ZimbabweKhupe, WatsonDR 26Coady International Institute2002Zimbabwe, Disabled persons, Agency organization program34coady-international-institute
Economic empowerment and collaboration in South AfricaNgcobo, Duduzile PenelopeDSC 68Coady International Institute2004South Africa, Community development, Agency Organization Program20coady-international-institute
Economic empowerment for low income group of women through co-operative marketingKanel, GeetaDNE 78Coady International Institute2003Cooperatives, Women, Nepal45coady-international-institute
Eco-spirituality for sustainable developmentDevadas, Fr. ShajkumarDI 323Coady International Institute2002India, Environment34coady-international-institute
Ecotourism: promoting sustainable livelihoods through community management – the Bangladesh contextUddin, Sardar ArifDBA 89Coady International Institute2004Bangladesh, Asset-based approaches, Community development60coady-international-institute
Education for attitude and behavior change in community development organizationKumar, RobertDI 325Coady International Institute2002India, People's organizations, Community development28coady-international-institute
Effective management enhancing community-based organizationDuut, Peter GbantigbenDGB 93Coady International Institute2003Management, People's organizations, Ghana39coady-international-institute
Effective methods for civil society organizations to promote co-management in fisheries resources management in Tanzania portion of Lake VictoriaKwangu, Benedict WilliamDTA 70Coady International Institute2011Fisheries, Tanzania52coady-international-institute
Effective organisational management at the women’s dairy development programmeMbetu, JabulaniDR 25Coady International Institute2002Zimbabwe, Management, Women, Agriculture42coady-international-institute
Effective strategies in advocacy and networking “as a means of empowerment”: (the Niger Delta and the multinational corporations)Brisibe, Anemieyeseigha AnnieDNC 114Coady International Institute2000Advocacy, Nigeria36coady-international-institute
Elimination of child labor in KarnatakaVellakada, Poulose ThomasDI 339Coady International Institute2003Children, India33coady-international-institute
Emancipatory adult education and gender empowerment in Northern GhanaSena, Alhassan DawdaDGB 101Coady International Institute2005Ghana, Adult education, Women36coady-international-institute
Emancipatory adult education methods for women in KeralaKochuparambil, Betty Raju JosephDI 324Coady International Institute2002India, Adult education, Women37coady-international-institute
Emancipatory gender education for Karayu pastoralistsBegi, WorkneshDEC 26Coady International Institute2002Ethiopia, Tribal peoples, Women32, [17]coady-international-institute
Empowering domestic workersD'Souza, OnilDI 354Coady International Institute2004India, Labour, Advocacy, Women47coady-international-institute
Empowering women through micro creditRitchil, CornelDBA 86Coady International Institute2003Savings and credit, Women, Bangladesh44coady-international-institute
Empowerment of Dalits through education and appropriate educational modelsNadava, RameshDI 368Coady International Institute2006India, Education, Human rights49coady-international-institute
Empowerment of rural women in North India through education and microfinanceNagaroorkunnel, Mollykutty SebastianDI 326Coady International Institute2002Women, Adult education, Credit, India35coady-international-institute
Empowerment of the voiceless: advocacy strategy to improve governance through participation (Osun State, Nigeria)Odebunmi, James OluwasegunDNC 126Coady International Institute2005Nigeria, Advocacy, Democracy36coady-international-institute
Empowerment of women through neighborhood communitiesGeethakumari, JDI 316Coady International Institute2000Women, India26coady-international-institute
Empowerment of women through self help groups to get their human rightsFernandez, Sr. AgnesDI 317Coady International Institute2000Women, Human rights, India25coady-international-institute
Empowerment strategies for women’s group with special reference to the Tribals of ChotanagpurDungdung, Fr. John BerchmansDI 315Coady International Institute2000Tribal peoples, Women, India45coady-international-institute
Engaging women in the enterprise businessBilla, Lardi BeatriceDGB 88Coady International Institute2002Ghana, Women, Small-scale enterprises31coady-international-institute
Enhance leadership capacity of elected female representative on the local government institute in BangladeshDebnath, Dipti RaniDBA 78Coady International Institute2000Women, Bangladesh26coady-international-institute
Enhancement of women’s leadership in the comunidades eclesiales de base of MexicoMaqueo, Socorro MartinezDME 9Coady International Institute2002Mexico, Women47coady-international-institute
Enhancing community-management of rural water supply through community participation in Machinga-MalawiChadzuma, Arlington GidrafDMA 16Coady International Institute2006Malawi, Water Projects57coady-international-institute
Enhancing HIV/AIDS education intervention: communication for effective social changeMsusa, McKennedy YassinDMA 18Coady International Institute2007Malawi, Health Education, Communications71coady-international-institute
Enhancing rural development through community radioLiyani, Kaputo MathewsDZA 62Coady International Institute2009Rural development, Communications, Zambia43coady-international-institute
Ensuring protection of street children in India through functional literacyKumar, Marisa Sree Ranga PremDI 376Coady International Institute2011Children, Education, India39coady-international-institute
Equal access to education (improving the opportunities for girls to attend school in Nawalparasi District’s Kawasoti Village)Sapkota, RameshworDNE 84Coady International Institute2004Nepal, Education, Children39coady-international-institute
Examining female-led families in Nigeria and programming to meet practical needs and strategic interestsUdoh, Anne AniefiokDNC 125Coady International Institute2005Nigeria, Small-scale enterprises, Women37, xcoady-international-institute
Exit strategies and capacity building of local communitiesShehata, Mary WissaDEE 64Coady International Institute2003Community development, Egypt32coady-international-institute
Exploring alternative employment strategies for the youth in ZambiaMubanga, Mary SankataDZA 61Coady International Institute2008Youth, Zambiaiv, 36coady-international-institute
Exploring self-reliance as a key outcome in a participatory approach to development: strategies, toolsMehany, Nahed TalaatDEE 59Coady International Institute2000Community development, Egypt30coady-international-institute
Exploring strategies for Tamil self-determinationRaju, Rev. Jayabalan ThachankurichiarDI 350Coady International Institute2004India, Social action33coady-international-institute
Exploring the possibility of integrating micro-insurance into our existing micro-finance servicesMulaisho, Irene MDZA 43Coady International Institute2000Credit, Zambia23coady-international-institute
Facilitating the empowerment of rural vulnerable through peoples’ organizationsAsogonnde, Jacob AlebindeDGB 86Coady International Institute2000People's organizations, Rural development, Ghana25coady-international-institute
Factors affecting participation and sustainability of community development in Fantalle District, EthiopiaBayissa Kiti, DanielDEC 33Coady International Institute2005Ethiopia, Community development, Asset-based approaches42coady-international-institute
Factors affecting/enhancing the participation and contribution of women in community based organizations in the Anglican diocese of Mount Kenya SouthMutongu, Rev. Zablon BundiDK 108Coady International Institute2003Women, Community development, Kenya34coady-international-institute
Fighting poverty through sustainable land use: the Pastoralists of Marsabit District, KenyaLesingiran, Charles LepitanDK 106Coady International Institute2000Tribal peoples, Rural development, Kenya37coady-international-institute
Financial education and financial literacy: Equipping vulnerable women in Zimbabwe with knowledge, skills and tools to make wise financial decisionsMarimo, YvonneDR 30Coady International Institute2011Women, Education, Zimbabwe43coady-international-institute
Financing development initiatives in the South and the question of sustainability: partnership, a bridge or a myth?Kpason, Denis KumboDC 9Coady International Institute2003Economic development, Agency organization program, Cameroon31coady-international-institute
Forging resource management partnershipsShipley, Kenneth GDCA 51Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, Land reform, Canada38coady-international-institute
Formation of savings clubs for food securityChawira, ShepherdDR 27Coady International Institute2005Zimbabwe, Savings and credit, Food supply37coady-international-institute
Friends of village developmentMalayappan, Fr. John Michael RajDI 332Coady International Institute2002India, Community development, Volunteers39coady-international-institute
Gender analysis on home-based care program for Foundation for Community Support Services (FOCUS)Munthali, EstherDMA 22Coady International Institute2008Malawi, Health education, Women42coady-international-institute
Gender and education in Kenya: the effects of cultural practices on the girl child education among the Luo communityAbingo, Benard ObudhoDK 116Coady International Institute2006Kenya, Education, Children42coady-international-institute
Gender and resource distributionMakokha, Rosemary W.DK 118Coady International Institute2011Women, Agriculture, Human rights, Kenya38coady-international-institute
Gender mainstreaming for development organizations: addressing gender equity for men and women in rural KenyaMwangi, Joyce NjeriDK 117Coady International Institute2007Women, Rural development, Kenya54coady-international-institute
Gender mainstreaming in development planning to respond to gender inequalities and poverty reduction in VietnamHai, Nguyen ThiDVA 4Coady International Institute2004Vietnam, Agency organization program, Women52coady-international-institute
Gender mainstreaming in faith based organizationsMaine, Edna NurseDBG 10Coady International Institute2007Women, Agency organization program, Botswana49coady-international-institute
Gender roles and sustainability of community-based development initiativeDibaba, Amanuel MulatuDEC 28Coady International Institute2003Community development, Women, Ethiopia44coady-international-institute
Girl child and female genital mutilation: Tharaka, KenyaChabari, Charles NyagahDK 110Coady International Institute2003Women, Health education, Kenya40coady-international-institute
Girl child migration and strategies for its prevention in Dagbon traditional area in northern GhanaAbdul-Kareem, YakubuDGB 98Coady International Institute2004Ghana, Children24coady-international-institute
Global trade between South and North: small scale horticultural producers’ accessibility and participation in exportMwondela, Chaka K.DZA 56Coady International Institute2005Zambia, Agriculture, Small-scale enterprises60coady-international-institute
Global women’s movement: any lessons for Ghana?Akakpo, Patricia BlanksonDGB 103Coady International Institute2015Ghana, Womenviii, 41coady-international-institute
Globalization and women in IndiaKochettonnil, Sr. JulitaDI 340Coady International Institute2004India, Community development, Women51coady-international-institute
Government and NGOs partnership for promotion of primary education in PakistanNizamani, ShaziaDP 9Coady International Institute2003Education, Pakistan49coady-international-institute
HIV/AIDS a gender perspective: innovative preventive strategiesOduor, Florence Anyango AchapaDK 111Coady International Institute2003Health education, Women, Kenya36coady-international-institute
How to eradicate child labour in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh, IndiaChukka, Joseph Anthony ArogynadhDI 353Coady International Institute2004India, Children, Human rights, Labour37coady-international-institute
How to sustain a human rights organization in the face of challenges and sabotageJamali, David CDR 23Coady International Institute2000Human rights, Zimbabwe34coady-international-institute
Igniting community power to develop themselvesArmando, Amancio RaimundoDMG 3Coady International Institute2004Mozambique, Community development61coady-international-institute
Impact assessment framework for organizational strategic change of microfinance institutions in rural household of Nepal with a special focus on womenPaneru, Yogendra PrasadDNE 67Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Credit, Women40coady-international-institute
Implications of balancing gender relations in the Igbo familyOkoro, Rev. Godfrey EjikeDNC 113Coady International Institute2000Women, Nigeria24coady-international-institute
Implications of globalization on community economic development in rural NepalNeupane, Dhruba RajDNE 93Coady International Institute2009Rural development, Economic development, Nepalvi, 45coady-international-institute
Improving the quality of citizen participation in water, sanitation, hygiene and environmental (WaSHE) sustainability: individual and community capacity for sustainable post-war development in UgandaOcen, Deleo MosesDU 72Coady International Institute2015Uganda, Sustainable development, Participationviii, 46coady-international-institute
Income generating activities and market linkage shortagesTaulo, Maxon Grasten M.DMA 21Coady International Institute2008Malawi, Income generating projects49coady-international-institute
Incorporating the voice of grassroots women’s movements in the national and international agendas of BangladeshAra Khatun, RowshonDBA 91Coady International Institute2005Bangladesh, Women, Advocacy43coady-international-institute
Increasing the participation of women in development in KenyaKamau, Regina AtembaDK 119Coady International Institute2012Women, Community development, Kenyav, 36coady-international-institute
Increasing women’s participation in politics in NigeriaOjelabi, AdeolaDNC 121Coady International Institute2003Women, Nigeria45coady-international-institute
Independent study on exploring human rights strategies with the Karen people in Western ThailandRuchirat, Rev. Augustine PrasatDTB 15Coady International Institute2004Thailand, Human rights, Tribal peoples35coady-international-institute
Indigenous council system of governance: the case of NagalimLuithui, LuingamDNG 1Coady International Institute2003Indigenous peoples, Nagalim29coady-international-institute
Indigenous Women in Community Leadership case studies: Fort McKay First Nation AlbertaDonnelly, GabrielleCOADY-IWCL-C4Coady International InstituteApril, 201215coady-international-institute
Indigenous Women in Community Leadership case studies: Membertou, Cape BretonDonnelly, GabrielleCOADY-IWCL-C5Coady International InstituteApril, 2012First Nations - Governance6coady-international-institute
Institutional development of credit unions in Nepal (financial management)Khanal, Suman RamanDNE 54Coady International Institute2000Credit unions, Nepal38coady-international-institute
Integrating reproductive health education into puberty rites in Ashanti region of GhanaObeng, EmmanuelDGB 84Coady International Institute2000Health education, Ghana24coady-international-institute
Integrating sustainable livelihoods approach in the community enterprise development work of Tambuyog Development Center – SCAD Sorsogon Field Office, PhilippinesSol, Noemi DesuasidoDPD 60Coady International Institute2002Philippines, Fisheries, Environment121coady-international-institute
Integrating the best practices and strategies of conflict resolutions into addressing tribal fighting in the highlands of Papua New GuineaKilipi, Leentje Be'SoerDNA 7Coady International Institute2011Peacebuilding, Women, Papua New Guinea32coady-international-institute
Intersection of discrimination against disabled women in ZambiaSililo, AnayawaDZA 63Coady International Institute2010Disabled persons, Women, Human Rights, Zambia32coady-international-institute
Interventions for changing traditional mindsets and practices regarding gender disparity and discrimination against womenDMA 25Coady International Institute2013Women, Malawi40coady-international-institute
Intra-organisational conflict analysis: the case of Luwero Community Effort for Development – UgandaMadesi, Agaba SamuelDU 69Coady International Institute2005Uganda, Peacebuilding, Agency organizational program47coady-international-institute
Investigating how quality and access to information for sustainable development can be improved – a case study for ZambiaChifuwe, Sheik SimpembeleDZA 59Coady International Institute2007Communications, Zambia46coady-international-institute
Investigative study of problems facing women: economic empowerment in my communityAnubalu, Philomena UjuDNC 120Coady International Institute2003Women, Nigeria25coady-international-institute
Learning organization in Bishopric of Public, Ecumenical & Social Services, BLESS EgyptGerges, Azza Soliman ShehataDEE 65Coady International Institute2004Egypt, Agency organization program, Management37coady-international-institute
Livelihood promotion in Manasalu conservation areaUpadhyay, Bhim PrasadDNE 89Coady International Institute2008Environment, Forestry, Tourism, Nepal37coady-international-institute
Loan delinquency problems and ways of improving it with special focus on saving and credit cooperatives in NepalDhungel, Yagya RajDNE 81Coady International Institute2003Cooperatives, Savings and credit, Nepal42coady-international-institute
Looking at the reasons why 21% women of the Rural Maintenance Programme (RMP) of CARE-Bangladesh are not succeedingHassan, Sk. Md. ShahidulDBA 82Coady International Institute2002Bangladesh, Rural development, Women35coady-international-institute
Mainstreaming climate change in “Women for Change” programmingNakazwe, SalomeDZA 64Coady International Institute2011Agriculture, Environment, Women, Zambia26coady-international-institute
Major causes and effects of intra family conflicts: the case of people infected and affected with HIV/AIDS in RwandaWibabara, Gatera DorothyDRA 3Coady International Institute2003Peacebuilding, Health education, Rwanda47coady-international-institute
Major causes of intra-ethnic conflict in Africa: the case of the Dagomba ethnic group in the northern region of GhanaGbamanga, David LangaDGB 96Coady International Institute2004Ghana, Peacebuilding40coady-international-institute
Major causes of political conflicts in Africa: the case of the Nankese community in eastern GhanaAsiedu, Patrick CudjoeDGB 95Coady International Institute2004Ghana, Peacebuilding27coady-international-institute
Major causes of poor local participation in community-based development: the case of the Adivasis and Dalits in Orissa, IndiaSuna, Binaya NandaDI 351Coady International Institute2004India, Community development, Tribal peoples39coady-international-institute
Major causes of the 1991-2002 rebel war in Sierra LeoneBraima, Fallah AugustineDSA 21Coady International Institute2003Peacebuilding, Sierra Leone29coady-international-institute
Major causes of the weak leadership capacity of the Dalits Christians in Kerala, IndiaNallathamby, DevadasanDI 337Coady International Institute2003Management, India34coady-international-institute
Management frame work for an effective implementation of Panchayati Raj in Uttar Pradesh, IndiaPhilip, AlexanderDI 364Coady International Institute2005India, Democracy, Management49coady-international-institute
Managing change and transitioning from international to local managementPhiri, Sylvia Bwalya MwilaDZA 47Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, Management, Zambia32coady-international-institute
Managing unity in diversity within interdenominational communities: a case of Chilema Ecumenical Training and Conference CentreMaulana, Alex BensonDMA 24Coady International Institute2008Agency organization program, Malawi65coady-international-institute
Marketing for agricultural cooperatives in the PhilippinesNerva, Edwin PenaredondoDPD 61Coady International Institute2005Philippines, Cooperatives40coady-international-institute
Marriage and inheritance in the Akan society (Ghana): Awareness raising, women & children rightsBoateng, Kwame SarfoDGB 102Coady International Institute2005Ghana, Women, Children, Human rights25coady-international-institute
Maternal mortality in the rural areas of NepalSangroula, RajendraDNE 74Coady International Institute2003Health education, Women, Nepal45coady-international-institute
Media advocacy: an approach towards a new eraMadhu, Naresh ChandraDBA 80Coady International Institute2000Communication, Bangladesh, Advocacy49coady-international-institute
Micro-credit as a strategy to support micro-enterprises of the disabled in Northern Sri LankaJoseph, Sr. Mary LourdesDSE 36Coady International Institute2000Credit, Disabled persons, Sri Lanka23coady-international-institute
Microenterprise development: an agent for post national service employment in GhanaBredzei, Hayford YaoDGB 91Coady International Institute2003Small-scale Enterprises, Ghana, Youth36coady-international-institute
Microenterprise with disadvantaged women involving microfinanceO'Sullivan, Sr. HeleneDCI 2Coady International Institute2003Women, Savings and credit, Small-scale enterprises, Cambodia89coady-international-institute
Microfinance and sustainable development in the rural areas in HaitiItalis, Robert AnthonyDH 4Coady International Institute2002Haiti, Credit, Rural development27coady-international-institute
Micro-finance development in savings and credit cooperative society in Nepal: focus on institutional sustainability of savings and credit cooperative society at the primary level in Western Hill Area in NepalKanel, Jyoti PrasadDNE 68Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Credit unions59coady-international-institute
Microfinance: an instrument for poverty alleviation and development: myth or realityMbeng, Duke Manga AyukDC 10Coady International Institute2003Savings and credit, Cameroon37coady-international-institute
Mobilization of local community of Ezbet El NserEmil, Safinaz KamalDEE 60Coady International Institute2000Community development, Egypt32coady-international-institute
Mobilizing assets and resources with women in NawalparasiSapkota, KamalaDNE 77Coady International Institute2003Women, Income generating projects, Nepal36coady-international-institute
Mobilizing local community using asset based community development approachMikhail, Mary ZakyDEE 62Coady International Institute2002Egypt, Asset-based approaches, Community development31coady-international-institute
Networking strategies among local communities/NGOs in collaborative project design and lobbying for external NGOs cooperation in community development projectsBuhori, Aloyce MedanDTA 66Coady International Institute2002Tanzania, Community development33coady-international-institute
Nutrition program guidelines for community nutritionist/health workersVaidya-Shrestha, AmaDNE 62Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Nutrition40coady-international-institute
Obstacles to adult learners’ participation in literacy programmes in Ghana: the case of the Kusasi community in the upper east regionAmoaka, IbrahimDGB 97Coady International Institute2004Ghana, Literacy, Adult education30coady-international-institute
Obstacles to people’s active participation in the management of community-based development projects in Ghana: the case of the Deg language projectChiu, PeterDGB 90Coady International Institute2003Community Development, Ghana33coady-international-institute
Obstacles to sustainable development in Tanzania: the case study of fishing development program in Kigoma RegionMguhi, Lylian WDTA 68Coady International Institute2003Fisheries, Tanzania35coady-international-institute
Oppression of Dalit women: strategy to improve human rights through participationHemchuri, Kamala DeviDNE 56Coady International Institute2000Women, Human rights, Nepal36coady-international-institute
Organic product marketing: regulatory structures and Kenyan organic product market potential for small scale farmersMwaura, Jane NdutaDK 112Coady International Institute2004Kenya, Small-scale enterprises, Agriculture33coady-international-institute
Organizational development of Rongmei Baptist Association NagalandGonmei, Rev. Hungam MeijaolungDI 318Coady International Institute2000Agency organization program, India, Tribal peoples25coady-international-institute
Organizing self help groups as an agent of community development: a critical analysis of the SHG components of the integrated human development program in TripuraMathias, Rev. RobertDI 346Coady International Institute2004India, People's organizations, Tribal peoples59coady-international-institute
Panchayati Raj – women’s empowerment and participation in IndiaSebastian, Fr. SusaiDI 365Coady International Institute2005India, Women, Democracy40coady-international-institute
Participation of women in local government in NepalUpreti, Gopi ChandraDNE 90Coady International Institute2009Women, Governance, Nepaliii, 46coady-international-institute
Participatory approaches in coastal resources management in CambodiaKim, NongDCI 1Coady International Institute2002Cambodia, Fisheries, Environment46coady-international-institute
Participatory development approaches to community developmentGembero, Tesfaye TekaDEC 29Coady International Institute2004Ethiopia, Community development54coady-international-institute
Participatory development: strengthening immigrant organizations: Caritas-Mauritania approachOlivier, Fr. Eves SylvestreDMJ 1Coady International Institute2003Labour, Agency organization program, Mauritania44coady-international-institute
Participatory methods of monitoring and evaluation of community development program, Myagdi, NepalKarki, Narayan BahadurDNE 57Coady International Institute2000Community development, Nepal32coady-international-institute
Participatory monitoring & evaluation for outreach & community based organisationsStanley, Francis JosephDI 322Coady International Institute2002India, Evaluation, People's organizations33, [12]coady-international-institute
Participatory monitoring and evaluation in informal savings and credit group and CBOs with gender perspectiveOli, Soni ThapaDNE 55Coady International Institute2000Credit, Women, Nepal39coady-international-institute
Participatory monitoring and evaluation system of partner organization of United Mission to NepalGhimire, Shree RamDNE 72Coady International Institute2003Evaluation, Nepal45coady-international-institute
Participatory monitoring and evaluation: Methodish Agricultural Program (MAP)Jatoe, Martin DefiinDGB 92Coady International Institute2003Evaluation, Ghana35coady-international-institute
Participatory peacebuilding approaches for the National Committee for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration programNallo, GassimuDSA 20Coady International Institute2002Sierra Leone, Peacebuilding34coady-international-institute
Participatory peacebuilding techniques in grass root SHGs of Maharajganj district diocese of GorakhpurDenis, Sr. RitaDI 329Coady International Institute2002India, Peacebuilding39coady-international-institute
Participatory planning for local government institute: as a part of study on participatory approaches to developmentSen, MitaDBA 79Coady International Institute2000Evaluation, Women, Bangladesh22coady-international-institute
Participatory principles and practices of organizing a training centreThundiyathu, Jojy MathewDI 330Coady International Institute2002India, Adult education36coady-international-institute
Participatory water resource management in Pudukkottai District, Tamilnadu, IndiaXavier, Fr. J. LourduDI 375Coady International Institute2011Water projects, India36coady-international-institute
People’s responses to hydro-electric development projects in India and around the world: lessons for people’s organizations in ManipurSingh, Mangsatabam RajendraDI 320Coady International Institute2000People's organizations, Environment, India24coady-international-institute
Planning and organizing tracking for socio-economic empowermentMugwetsi, Thokozani SibongileDR 24Coady International Institute2002Zimbabwe, Adult education30coady-international-institute
Political empowerment of women in Bangladesh: role of NGOs & ADABBiswas, Rabindra NathDBA 77Coady International Institute2000Women, Bangladesh45coady-international-institute
Popular participation and community-based development in BangladeshIslam, ShahedulDBA 75Coady International Institute2000Community development, Bangladesh28coady-international-institute
Positive change through appreciative inquiryKhanam, HiraDBA 83Coady International Institute2002Bangladesh, Asset-based approaches31coady-international-institute
PRA application in Sudan by NEF-Sudan and the other Sudanese NGOs and its role in building the capacities of the local communitiesDahia, Mohamed AdamDSI 10Coady International Institute2000Community development, Sudan53coady-international-institute
Practice of adult education for social change in EgyptMorcos, Victoria Hosny NaguibDEE 72Coady International Institute2014Egypt, Adult education, Social changeiii, 48coady-international-institute
Preparing for the challenges of directing Bala VikaasaReddy, Thirumalareddy RayappaDI 333Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, India58coady-international-institute
Producer companies and smallholders’ inclusion in market systems: emerging issues, opportunities and challenges in IndiaKumar, Dash SunilDI 379Coady International Institute2015India, Agriculture36coady-international-institute
Promoting girls’ education in Mwandama in Zomba district in MalawiBande, ElvisDMA 23Coady International Institute2008Malawi, Education, Children55coady-international-institute
Promoting girls education in North West Region of CameroonFrunyi, AnnaDC 12Coady International Institute2013Children, Education, Cameroon29coady-international-institute
Promoting women’s participation in water and sanitation in Nkhulambe rural development area in Phalombe district in MalawiMateauma, Annie PancyDMA 20Coady International Institute2008Malawi, Women, Water Projects63coady-international-institute
Protecting civil society space in post-conflict (aspiring democracy) Sierra LeoneBrima, Abu AugustusDSA 22Coady International Institute2014Sierra Leone, Civil society55coady-international-institute
Reading and writing power for social change: between theory and practicesEman, Emad Shaaban Abdel AlimDEE 71Coady International Institute2014Egypt48coady-international-institute
Relationship between HIV/AIDS and child abuseChizu, Dorah ChiziDZA 50Coady International Institute2004Zambia, Children, Health education35coady-international-institute
Relevance of organic farming and marketing entrepreneurs towards a sustainable development of tribal community – Manipur, IndiaVelickakam, VargheseDI 369Coady International Institute2007India, Agriculture, Tribal Peoples78coady-international-institute
Reproductive health an emphasis on internally displaced peopleLukhumwa, Florence KatambaniDK 114Coady International Institute2004Kenya, Women, Health education54coady-international-institute
Rethinking current plans for the introduction and maintenance of a modified slow-sand filter with a focus on effective community participation and empowerment in the Nile Basin of EthiopiaDeneke, Mulugeta MammoDEC 30Coady International Institute2005Ethiopia, Water projects45coady-international-institute
Revisiting an organizational strategy: mobilizing and mapping organizational and community assets towards greater organizational and institutional impactMaoulidi, SalmaDTA 67Coady International Institute2002Tanzania, Agency organization program, Women54coady-international-institute
Role of violence in the strategy of Sangh ParivarJoseph, Fr. Francis AloysiusDI 336Coady International Institute2003Peacebuilding, India55coady-international-institute
Role of women role models in women’s empowerment: women singing their songSikazwe, Emily JDZA 49Coady International Institute2004Zambia, Women56, xvcoady-international-institute
Rural development using action research in adult literacy education: a six-country analysis and implications for NepalBasnet, Jagat BDNE 69Coady International Institute2001Nepal, Literacy, Rural development51coady-international-institute
Savings and credit unions for marginalized farmers in Idukki District of Kerala State, IndiaEdavakandam, Fr. FrancisDI 319Coady International Institute2000Credit unions, Rural development, India26coady-international-institute
Social cultural behaviours influencing transmission of HIV/AIDS: the case of ADRA UgandaMusoke, Israel SebakigyeDU 68Coady International Institute2005Uganda, Health education43coady-international-institute
Spirituality of the development worker: a Christian perspectiveMwetwa, Choolwe M.DZA 54Coady International Institute2005Zambia, Community development49coady-international-institute
Sri Lanka war: internal causes and effectsHettiarachchi, Don A. J. SusilDSE 37Coady International Institute2000Youth, Sri Lanka33coady-international-institute
Stake holders involvement in organizational planning for vocational training program of Chinnamukul BangladeshIslam, AminulDBA 76Coady International Institute2000Agency organization program, Bangladesh25coady-international-institute
Strategies for improving women’s participation in community-based development: a case of RIMS-NepalGiri, TiluDNE 76Coady International Institute2003Community development, Women, Nepal35coady-international-institute
Strategies for increasing women’s ownership and control over customary land in ZambiaAkamandisa, Vincent M.DZA 57Coady International Institute2006Zambia, Women, Land Reform47coady-international-institute
Strategies for monitoring and evaluating organizational workAwad, Mariam IbrahimDEE 63Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, Evaluation, Egypt44coady-international-institute
Strategies for supporting & sustaining savings and credit groups in Pokhara (Nepal)Gurung, LaxmiDNE 86Coady International Institute2004Nepal, Savings and credit, Women35coady-international-institute
Strategy development for the capacity building of local elected women representative in NepalAcharya, InduDNE 63Coady International Institute2002Nepal, Women37coady-international-institute
Strengthening grass root level organizational leadersK., Soosai RajDI 363Coady International Institute2005India, People's organizations59coady-international-institute
Strengthening local institutions with reference to self-help groupsSapkota, TrilochanDNE 52Coady International Institute2000People's organizations, Nepal34coady-international-institute
Strengthening marginalized communities capacity: approaches, challenges and lessons from the fieldBatta, FatoumataDBU 2Coady International Institute2004Burkina Faso, Community development, Agency organization program41coady-international-institute
Strengths and weaknesses of participatory approaches in the context of decentralized development work: analysis of effectivenessJobe, SaineyDG 20Coady International Institute2000Rural development, The Gambia41coady-international-institute
Structural adjustment policy (SAP) and the Dalits in Tamilnadu – IndiaArulappan, IsaacDI 345Coady International Institute2004India, Community development52coady-international-institute
Supporting the development of school / community based parents education committee in the context of Pakistan, within a community participation education systemNizamani, Ashfaque AhmedDP 8Coady International Institute2000Education, Pakistan50coady-international-institute
Sustainability of income generation projects for womenMwansokola, Audrey MandaDZA 48Coady International Institute2004Zambia, Income generating projects, Women29coady-international-institute
Sustainable community-based development through income generation programs in North East Vice Province, IndiaLobo, Sr. LuciousDI 335Coady International Institute2003Income generating programs, Community development, India44coady-international-institute
Sustainable micro credit for the Annesha Foundation of BangladeshKarmokar, KamolinduDBA 88Coady International Institute2004Bangladesh, Credit65coady-international-institute
Sustainable NGOs in microfinanceKumari, NeelimaR. KrishnaDI 361Coady International Institute2005India, Credit38coady-international-institute
Technical support on capacity building to small NGOsGomes, James DipokDBA 85Coady International Institute2003Agency organization program, Management, Bangladesh33coady-international-institute
The application of microfinance models in North American indigenous communitiesStewart, ElizabethDAA 4Coady International Institute2003Indigenous peoples, Savings and credit, Australia36coady-international-institute
The challenges of recruiting study participants for clinical trialsChileshe, Modesta ZuluDZA 60Coady International Institute2007Health education, Zambia49coady-international-institute
The challenges of the New Partnership for African’s Development (NEPAD) policies and strategies to the programmes of Justice Development and Peace Commission (JDPC), Ijebu-Ode Catholic diocese, NigeriaOlofi, Isaac OyovwevotuDNC 119Coady International Institute2002Nigeria, Community development36coady-international-institute
The credit union movement among the tribal communities (Santals, Mahalies and Oraons etc.) in the Catholic diocese of Rajshahi, BangladeshTudu, Fr. BernardDBA 84Coady International Institute2003Credit unions, Tribal peoples, Bangladesh37coady-international-institute
The development of tribal women in the Vasai diocese through an income generating programLopes, BaptistDI 338Coady International Institute2003Tribal peoples, Women, Income generating projects, India57coady-international-institute
The economic empowerment of women in Ezbet Khiralla, EgyptMetry Awad, Ghada RemonDEE 66Coady International Institute2005Egypt, Women32coady-international-institute
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The impact of faith based microfinance on the authentic empowerment of marginalized women in the city of AssosaGemechu, Zelalem TemesgenDEC 34Coady International Institute2015Ethiopia, Women, Microfinanceix, 65coady-international-institute
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Community participation in the Hyderabad Urban Community Development ProjectShah, KirteeEDI-CD7Economic Development Institute of the World Bank1990Urban Development, India118economic-development-institute-of-the-world-bank
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The role of credit in poverty alleviation: the Asian experienceGetubig, Ismael, Jr.EDI-WP1Economic Development Institute of the World Bank1992Credit24economic-development-institute-of-the-world-bank
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Abstracts of ordinances and resolutions on environment and natural resource management – Volume VI: Region v: BicolLibrero, Araceli D.; Gendrano, Pamela M.ERMP-R23Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Environmental management, Philippines204environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
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Abstracts of resolutions on environment and natural resource management – Volume 1: Cordillera Administrative RegionLibrero, Araceli D.; Gendrano, Pamela M.ERMP-R16Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1994Environmental management, Philippines97environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Agroecosystem analysis and rapid rural appraisal of selected sites in the Central Cordillera, Ifugao, PhilippinesGuy, Peter, ed.ERMP-R15Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Agriculture, Philippines162environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
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Analysis of gender-based activities in selected agroecological systems in the PhilippinesVillacorta, Lurraine B., et al., eds.ERMP-R26Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Women in agriculture, Philippines177environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Community-based resource management: perspectives, experiences and policy issuesFellizar, Francisco, Jr., ed.ERMP-R6Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1993Resource management, Environment, Philippines152environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
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Environmental planning and management concerns in the Calabarzon Area, PhilippinesRadford, Gregory J.; Butardo-Toribio, Ma. ZitaERMP-R30Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1996Economic development. Projects, Environmental aspects59environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
GATT-WTO and the Philippine environment: policy safeguards to ensure an environment-friendly competitiveness in world tradeMalayang III, Ben S., et al.ERMP-R31Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1996International trade, Environmental aspects103environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Gender issues in community-based resource management: theories, applications and Philippine case studiesLi, Tania MurrayERMP-R9Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1993Resource Management, Women, Philippines32environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
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Laguna Lake Basin, Philippines: problems and opportunitiesSly, Peter G.ERMP-R7Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1993Environmental protection, Philippines338environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Legal challenges for local management of marine resources: a Philippine case studyAbregana, Betty, et al.ERMP-R32Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1996Fishery management, Philippines112environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Management of livestock waste in the Laguna Lake watershed, PhilippinesAlcantara, Antonio J.; Donald, Richard G.ERMP-R29Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1996Animal waste, Environmental aspects, Philippines, Seedlots, Waste disposal70environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Opportunities for bio-diversity management in the Makiling Forest Reserve, PhilippinesCaldecott, Julian O.ERMP-R10Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1993Forestry, Philippines, Environmental protection81environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Participatory rural appraisal of a coastal community: the process in Natipuan, Batangas, PhilippinesLamug, Corazon B.; Catalan, Zenaida B.ERMP-R20Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Rural Development, Philippines, Fisheries62environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Policy issues related to the organizational aspects of community-based resource management in the PhilippinesFellizar, Francisco, Jr., ed.ERMP-R8Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1993Resource management, Philippines90environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Process documentation and analysis of the first phase of the development action program of the Bais Bay Basin, PhilippinesWalters, Bradley B.ERMP-R11Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1994Environmental protection, Philippines, Forestry54environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Recommendations on ways to improve pesticide policy in the PhilippinesVersteeg, HajoERMP-R3Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1992Agriculture, Philippines30, plus appendicesenvironment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Selected papers on pesticide management and regulation in the PhilippinesMagallona, Edwin D., et al.ERMP-R19Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Agriculture, Environmental aspects, Philippines149environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Socioeconomic analysis of the environmental impacts of the Antamok gold project’s open pit mining in Benguiet, PhilippinesBriones, Nicomedes D.; Lagunilla, Wilhelmina O.ERMP-R4Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1992Environmental degradation, Philippines85environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Socioeconomic analysis of the environmental impacts of the operations of the Makban Geothermal Project, Luzon, PhilippinesButardo-Toribio, Ma. Zita, et al.ERMP-R27Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Geothermal power plants, Environmental aspects, Philippines61environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Strengthening environmental impact assessment capacity in Asia: a case study on the Philippine EIA systemBalagot, Beta; Briones, Nicomedes D.ERMP-R13Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1994Environment, Philippines79environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Sustainable development and governance: operationalizing sustainable development in CanadaConover, Shirley A.M.ERMP-R28Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Environmental policy, Canada86environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
The Philippines Local Government Code of 1991: issues and concerns in the environment sectorBrillantes, Alex B., Jr.ERMP-R5Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1993Environmental protection, Philippines59environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Watershed restoration and protection in the Bais Bay Basin, PhilippinesWalters, Bradley B., et al.ERMP-R12Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1994Environmental protection, Philippines61environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Women’s involvement in the Philippine EIA processVillacorta, Lurraine B., et al.ERMP-R24Environment and Resource Management Project (ERMP)1995Women in development, Environmental aspects93environment-and-resource-management-project-ermp
Accounting and reporting standards for microfinance institutionsMcGuire, Paul B.FDC-96/2Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC)1996Banking, Accounting15, 10foundation-for-development-cooperation-fdc
ASKI: case study of a Philippine microfinance organizationApostol, Marie; Chan, FleridaFDC-98/4Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC)June, 1998Banking, Philippines65foundation-for-development-cooperation-fdc
Banking with the poor in the South PacificFDC-M1Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC)November, 1994Microfinance, Pacific area24foundation-for-development-cooperation-fdc
Bank-NGO linkages and the transaction costs of lending to the poor through groups: evidence from India and the PhilippinesMcGuire, Paul B.; Conroy, John D.FDC-96/1Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC)1996Credit, India, Philippines18foundation-for-development-cooperation-fdc
Effects on microfinance of the 1997-1998 Asian financial crisisMcGuire, Paul B.; Conroy, John D.FDC-98/6Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC)November, 1998Banking, Asia[22]foundation-for-development-cooperation-fdc
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Credit unions and microenterprises: the WOCCU perspectiveWorld Council of Credit UnionsGEM-TR64GEMINIDecember, 1993Credit unions39gemini
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PLA Notes 36: General issueGreenwood, Laura (ed.)IIED-SA36NIIED Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods ProgrammeOctober, 1999PRA54international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Practical tools for community conservation in southern AfricaChild, Brian; Jones, BrianIIED-SA55NIIED Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods ProgrammeDecember, 2006Southern Africa, Participatory evaluation, Participatory methods144international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Understanding market opportunitiesJeans, Andy (ed.)IIED-SA33NIIED Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods ProgrammeOctober, 1998Small-scale enterprises96international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Advocacy and citizen participationMilligan, AngelaIIED-SA43NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 2002Advocacy80international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Community water managementLammerink, Marc; de Jong, DickIIED-SA35NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1995Water supply100international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Critical reflections from practiceCornwall, AndreaIIED-SA24NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeOctober, 1995PRA90international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Designing integrated pest management for sustainable and productive futuresPimbert MichaelIIED-SA29GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Sustainable agriculture21international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Farmer organisations in Ecuador: Contributions to farmer first research and developmentBebbington, AnthonyIIED-SA26GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Agricultural extension work15international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
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Includes special issue on children’s participationJohnson, VictoriaIIED-SA25NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 1996Children in development90international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Indigenous soil and water conservation in AfricaReij, ChrisIIED-SA27GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Agriculture, Environmental aspects, Africa35international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Indigenous soil and water conservation in India’s semi-arid tropicsKerr, John; Sanghi, N. K.IIED-SA34GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1992Agriculture, Environmental aspects30international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Livestock, nutrient cycling and sustainable agriculture in the West African SahelPowell, J. M.; Williams, T. O.IIED-SA37GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1993Sustainable agriculture, Africa15international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Living in a fragile ecosystem: indigenous soil management in the hills of NepalTamang, DevikaIIED-SA41GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1993Agriculture, Nepal23international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Local agro-processing with sustainable technology: Sunflower seed oil in TanzaniaHyman, Eric L.IIED-SA33GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1992Food, Preservation, Tanzania15international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Local institutions and participation for sustainable developmentUphoff, NormanIIED-SA31GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1992Sustainable development16international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Low input soil restoration in Honduras: The Cantarranas farmer-to-farmer extension programmeBunch, RolandIIED-SA23GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1990Agricultural extension work12international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Methodological complementarityAbbot, JoIIED-SA28NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 1997PRA97international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Microenvironments unobservedChambers, RobertIIED-SA22GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1990Agricultural research19international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
O.K., the data’s lousy, but its all we’ve got (being a critique of conventional methods)Gill, Gerard J.IIED-SA38GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1993Agricultural research19international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participation and fishing communitiesSarch, Marie-ThereseIIED-SA30NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeOctober, 1997Fisheries92international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participation, literacy and empowermentPhnuyal, Bimal; Archer, David; Cottingham, SaraIIED-SA32NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1998Literacy144international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participation, policy and institutionalisationAbbot, JoIIED-SA27NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeOctober, 1996Public administration, Citizen participation94international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participatory education and grassroots development: The case of rural AppalachiaGaventa, John; Lewis, HelenIIED-SA25GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Popular education13international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participatory methods for learning and analysisPretty, Jules, ed.; Welbourn, Alice, et al.IIED-SA14NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeDecember, 1991Research66international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participatory monitoring and evaluationArevalo, Mae, et al.IIED-SA31NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 1998Evaluation91international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participatory processes in the NorthFlower, Charlotte, et al.IIED-SA38NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 2000Community development, Citizen participation102international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Participatory rural appraisal: Proceedings of the February 1991 Bangalore PRA Trainers workshopMascarenhas, JamesIIED-SA13NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeAugust, 1991PRA143international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Performance and participationCornwall, AndreaIIED-SA29NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1997Drama in education103international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
PLA Notes 22: General issueIIED-SA22NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 1995PRA88international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
PLA Notes 26: General issueAbbot, JoIIED-SA26NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1996PRA72international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
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Plants, genes and people: Improving the relevance of plant breeding.Haugerud, Angelique; Collinson, MichaelIIED-SA30GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Crops, Research19international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Popular communicationsHoward, Joanna; Scott-Villiers, Patta, eds.IIED-SA39NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeOctober, 2000Communication in community development79international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Prioritizing institutional development: A new role for NGO centres for study and developmentFowler, AlanIIED-SA35GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1992Non-governmental organizations22international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Proceedings of RRA review workshop, SussexJules, Pretty, ed.IIED-SA7NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeSeptember, 1989Rapid rural appraisal63international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Proceedings of the local level adaptive planning workshop, LondonPretty, Jules; Scoones, Ian, eds.IIED-SA11NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeMay, 1991PRA86international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 1Conway, Gordon, ed.IIED-SA1NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1988Rapid rural appraisal20international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
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RRA Notes 12Pretty, JulesIIED-SA12NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJuly, 1991Rapid rural appraisal57international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 17Guijt, Irene, ed.IIED-SA17NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeMarch, 1993PRA74international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 18Mosse, David; Mehta, Mona, eds.IIED-SA18NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1993PRA75international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 19: special issue on trainingIIED-SA19NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 1994Training121international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 2: General IssueSmith, SheilaIIED-SA2NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeOctober, 1988Research20international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 3Pretty, Jules N.IIED-SA3NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeDecember, 1988Rapid rural appraisal24international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 4Pretty, JulesIIED-SA4NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 1989Rapid rural appraisal22international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 5McCracken, Jennifer, ed.IIED-SA5NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeMay, 1989Rapid rural appraisal33international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 6Pretty, JulesIIED-SA6NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1989Rapid rural appraisal37international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 8McCracken, Jennifer, ed.IIED-SA8NIIEd Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJanuary, 1990Rapid rural appraisal35international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
RRA Notes 9McCracken, Jennifer, ed.IIED-SA9NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeAugust, 1990Rapid rural appraisal35international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Rural common property resources: A growing crisisJodha, N. S.IIED-SA24GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Land tenure, Environmental aspects16international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Sexual and reproductive healthGreenwood, LauraIIED-SA37NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeFebruary, 2000Reproductive health126international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Special issue on applications for healthWelbourn, AliceIIED-SA16NIIED sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeJune, 1992Health115international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Special issue on livestockWatson, CathyIIED-SA20NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeApril, 1994Animal husbandry170international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Special issue on participatory tools and methods in urban areasMitlin, DianaIIED-SA21NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeNovember, 1994Urban development, Citizen participation100international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Special issues on application of wealth rankingGuijt, IreneIIED-SA15NIIED Sustainable Agriculture ProgrammeMay, 1992Income distribution78international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
The information drain: obstacles to research in AfricaIbrahim, Mamman AminuIIED-SA32GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1992Agricultural research9international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Tree products in agroecosystems: Economic and policy issuesArnold, J. E. M.IIED-SA28GIIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme1991Forestry21international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Afforestation and the greenhouse effect: the economics of fixing carbon by growing treesPearce, DavidIIED-LEEC91-04GIIED/LEEC1991Environmental Protection5international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Economics of controlling trade in endangered species: the African ElephantBurgess, Joanne C.IIED-LEEC89-04GIIED/LEEC1989Environmental Protection16international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Guidelines for applying environmental economics in developing countriesBishop, Joshua; Aylward, Bruce; Barbier, Edward B.IIED-LEEC91-02GIIED/LEEC1991Environmental Protection6international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Natural resource degradation: policy, economics and managementBarbier, Edward B.IIED-LEEC90-01GIIED/LEEC1990Environmental Degradation13international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
The economic value of ecosystems: 2 – Tropical ForestsBarbier, Edward B.IIED-LEEC91-01GIIED/LEEC1991Economics10international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
The economic value of ecosystems: 3 – Biological diversityAylward, BruceIIED-LEEC91-03GIIED/LEEC1991Economics10international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Analysis of the demand for raw ivory: case studies of Japan and Hong KongBarbier, Edward B.; Burgess, Joanne C.IIED-LEEC89-05IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Environmental Protection21international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Cost benefit analysis and land reclamation: a case studyMichael, Nicholas; Pearce, DavidIIED-LEEC89-02IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Environmental Protection, England19international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Deforestation, biological conservation, and the optimal provision of wildlife reservesBarrett, ScottIIED-LEEC89-06IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Forestry, Environmental Protection36international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Efficient management of biologically diverse tropical forestsSouthgate, DouglasIIED-LEEC89-03IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1988Forestry, Environmental Protection19international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Environmental economics and decision-making in Sub-Saharan AfricaPearce, David W.; Barbier, Edward B.; Markandya, AnilIIED-LEEC88-01IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1988Africa, Environment, Agriculture25international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
International regulation of the ivory tradeSwanson, Timothy M.IIED-LEEC89-04IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Environmental Protection75international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
On the overgrazing problemBarrett, ScottIIED-LEEC89-07IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Agriculture, Environmental Protection27international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Optimal soil conservation and the reform of agricultural pricing policiesBarrett, ScottIIED-LEEC89-08IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Agriculture, Environmental Protection27international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Sustainable agriculture and the resource poor: policy issues and optionsBarbier, Edward B.IIED-LEEC88-02IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1988Agriculture28international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
Sustainable development and cost benefit analysisPearce, David W.; Barbier, Edward B.; Markandya, AnilIIED-LEEC88-03IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1988Sustainable development30international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
The conditions for achieving environmentally sustainable developmentBarbier, Edward B.; Markandya, AnilIIED-LEEC89-01IIED/UCL London Environmental Economics Centre1989Environmental protection25international-institute-for-environment-and-development-iied
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Approaches to community participationMurphree, Marshall W.IDPM-RR8Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)January, 1997Community Development, Environmental Protection33institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Changing the state: concepts and practice in the reform of the public sectorMinogue, MartinIDPM-PPM4Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)January, 1998Public Service26institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Credit for low income groups: an analytical frameworkMosley, PaulIDPM-WP1Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1993Savings and Credit29institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
Credit for small and informal sector enterprises (sise) in KenyaBuckley, GraemeIDPM-WP2Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1993Savings and Credit70institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Finance for the poorest in MalawiBuckley, GraemeIDPM-WP6Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1993Finance40institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
From process consultation to a clinical model of development practiceCooke, BillIDPM-P48Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)October, 199623institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Managerial constraints to rural development in Africa: lessons from The Gambia and elsewhereReilly, WynIDPM-P3Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1986Rural Development15institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Metamorphosis from NGO to commercial bank: the case of Bancosol in BoliviaMosley, PaulIDPM-WP4Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1993Non-governmental Organizations, Finance45institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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NGOs and peace building in complex political emergencies: an introductionGoodhand, JonathanIDPM-NCP1Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)October, 1997Conflict31institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
On not throwing the baby out with the bath water: integrated rural development in the PhilippinesLimcaoco, Andres A.; Hulme, DavidIDPM-P19Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1990Rural Development, Philippines41institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
On the transfer and adaptation of finance programmes for the poor: a comparison of experiences in Malawi and MalaysiaHulme, DavidIDPM-WP7Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1993Savings and credit29institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Policy and capital market constraints to the African Green Revolution: a study of maize and sorghum yields in Kenya, Malawi and Zimbabwe, 1960-1991Mosley, PaulIDPM-WP5Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1993Agriculture53institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
Political influences on management training in AfricaReilly, WynIDPM-P17Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1988Management31institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
Regulating the water industry: swimming against the tide or going through the motions?Schofield, Richard; Shaoul, JeanIDPM-PPM5Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)August, 1996Water and Sanitation55institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
Small enterprise development and the ‘Dutch Disease’ in a small economy: the case of BruneiHeeks, RichardIDPM-P56Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)April, 1998Small-scale business50institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
Small enterprise development in Bangladesh: issues and policiesMannon, M. A.IDPM-P27Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1991Small scale business85institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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Structural adjustment: a general overview, 1980-1989Mosley, PaulIDPM-P21Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM)1990Structural Adjustment28institute-for-development-policy-and-management-idpm
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A critical commentary on the United Nations report on multinational corporations in world developmentSunkel, OsvaldoIDS-DP52Institute of Development Studies (IDS)June, 1974International business enterprises10institute-of-development-studies-ids
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Agricultural research for resource-poor farmers: the farmer-first-and-last modelChambers, Robert; Ghildyal, B.IDS-DP203Institute of Development Studies (IDS)April, 1985Agriculture, Appropriate Technology29institute-of-development-studies-ids
Agricultural technology and the distribution of output in a traditional rural systemBiggs, Stephen D.; Burns, CharlotteIDS-DP21Institute of Development Studies (IDS)August, 1973Agricultural innovations37institute-of-development-studies-ids
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International perspectives on rural developmentLipton, Michael; Godding, Jean-Pierre; Godfrey, MartinIDS-DP197Institute of Development Studies (IDS)November, 1984Agriculture, Rwanda, Sri Lanka52institute-of-development-studies-ids
Knowing me, knowing you: social networks in the surgical instrument cluster of Sialkot, PakistanNadvi, KhalidIDS-DP364Institute of Development Studies (IDS)April, 1998Community Development37institute-of-development-studies-ids
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Making a difference? Gender and participatory developmentCornwall, AndreaIDS-DP378Institute of Development Studies (IDS)November, 2000Women, Community Development39institute-of-development-studies-ids
‘Making less last longer’ informal safety nets in MalawiDevereux, StephenIDS-DP373Institute of Development Studies (IDS)October, 1999Poverty alleviation, Malawi75institute-of-development-studies-ids
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Making spaces, changing places: Situating participation in developmentCornwall, AndreaIDS-WP170Institute of Development Studies (IDS)October, 2002Power, Space, Participation35institute-of-development-studies-ids
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Milk and sugar: a comparative analysis of cooperative politicsBaviskar, B. S.IDS-DP208Institute of Development Studies (IDS)September, 1985Agricultural co-operatives, Public Policy24institute-of-development-studies-ids
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Science and poverty: An interdisciplinary assessment of the impact of agricultural researchMeinzen-Dick, Ruth; Adato, Michelle; Haddad, Lawrence; Hazell, PeterIFPRI-FPR2004International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)October, 2004Agriculture, Poverty22international-food-policy-research-institute-ifpri
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Soil degradation: a threat to developing-country food security by 2020Scherr, Sara J.IFPRI-FAE-DP27International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)1999Agriculture63international-food-policy-research-institute-ifpri
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The role of education and cooperatives of women and youth in acquiring peace in poor communities around KhartoumElshowaya, Sawsan Hassan SalihDSI 11Coady International Institute2016Sudan, Peace, Communityiii, 41coady-international-institute
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Exploring best practices for institutional and financial sustainability of second tier saving and credit cooperatives of women’s self help groups from Indian contextChanayil Varghese, AlwinDI 381Coady International Institute2016India, Cooperatives, Women37coady-international-institute
Young women’s participation in Nepalese politics: Issues, barriers and violenceUpreti, RupaDNE 95Coady International Institute2016Nepal, Women, Politics40coady-international-institute