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The Case of the Exogenous Shocks Facility and the Extended Credit Facility to Malawi and their effects on the Poor in Malawi

This report is a critical analysis of how the International Monetary Fund’s new wave of loans to Malawi, the Exogenous Shock Facility (ESF) and the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) fall short as long


Confronting the Contradictions

In the world’s poorest countries many children have gone without quality education for far too long, and as a result, the human capital that these countries need to grow and develop sustainably is


ILOPS report on parental participation

The ILOPS research explores the different ways in which parents participate in school, including their interaction with teachers and within communities. Research teams also examined how parents

The wrong model for resilience

The G7-backed African Risk Capacity (ARC) drought insurance policy was an experiment that failed Malawi, and in particular its women, in the face of a drought that need not have become a disaster. The


Action for Children's Rights in Education (ACRE) - Success Stories

The purpose of this document is to demonstrate some of the ways the ACRE project teams in each of the six participating countries successfully managed to operationalize the Promoting Rights in Schools