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Why is Education Important? The Development Narrative

Pakistan is a country held together by several institutions. Compel yourself to imagine the city, village or town that you live in and realize that there are visible structures around you that lend stability, order and tactile form to the area you live in. 1,248 more words

Center For Technology In Education

Education reform in Pakistan: rhetoric and reality

One of the most interesting aspects of my visit to Pakistan in January this year was the informal, anecdotal information that I gathered about educational change in the Punjab, and in particular DFID’s flagship… 1,356 more words

ICT4D

The e.Learn Initiative

Hello one and hello all! Welcome to the blog site for the e.Learn Initiative. We are a development project located in Lahore that is funded by the Department for International Development (DFID), UK. 303 more words

Center For Technology In Education

The BBC charity's partnership with terror glorifying PA media

The Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) is controlled by the Palestinian Authority and its television (PA TV) and radio (Voice of Palestine) stations are the PA’s official media channels. 291 more words

BBC

It's right to question aid, but better to focus on effectiveness, rather than the 0.7%

A version of this post is on Huffington Post.

In the UK, a parliamentary debate can be initiated by popular petition. On 13th June, Parliament will debate the proposition that the government’s approach to foreign aid is flawed. 1,341 more words

International Development

ipeanddevelopment reblogged this on Ipeanddevelopment's Blog and commented:

The 07% fetish comes up again.

It's right to question aid, but better to focus on effectiveness, rather than the 0.7%

A version of this post is on Huffington Post.

In the UK, a parliamentary debate can be initiated by popular petition. On 13th June, Parliament will debate the proposition that the government’s approach to foreign aid is flawed. 1,341 more words

International Development

Ligada ja chegou!

And we’re off. It has taken a few months of conceptualising, discussing, drafting, revising, redrafting, revising, etc, etc, but at last we have a programme, and a structure for the programme. 596 more words