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Press Release, 22nd March, 2018

NEW DELHI, 22nd March, 2018 - The international Science, Technology & Innovation (STI) for Development Conference opened in New Delhi with over 300 registered participants from 46 countries. 

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International Conference to explore STI contribution to sustainable development

NEW DELHI, 9 February 2018 – The 18th Global Development Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) for Development is set to take place from 22 to 23 March in New Delhi, India. For the first time, such a conference will explore the specific contribution of STI to global health challenges, sustainable agriculture and skills, employment and industrial transformation.

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Innovative Fellowship Programme: Assessing EIB’s Impact Finance in Africa

9 October, 2017 | The European Investment Bank (EIB), in partnership with GDN, has launched a one-year fellowship for researchers from sub-Saharan Africa with a workshop at the EIB headquarters.

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To Govern and to Serve: A New Book

15 June, 2017 | GDN and the Peru-based Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE) co-hosted the launch of the new book, 'Improving Access and Quality of Public Services in Latin America: To Govern and to Serve' at the GRADE offices in Barranco, Lima on June 15, 2017.

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How Can Japanese Kaizen Lead to Development?

24 August, 2016 | GDN is pleased to launch a new researach initiative with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Research Institute to document how the Japanese managerial philosophy of Kaizen performs. If adopted as a managerial guiding principle, Kaizen is said to lead to industrial growth and to development within both public and private sectors.

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New Global Research to Question Aid Effectiveness in Africa

August 8, 2016 | GDN has launched a new call for expressions of interest in studying the effectiveness of international aid in Africa. Early career researchers from developing countries will compete to win four grants of $24,000, to fund institutional, comparative, cross-country research efforts looking at why (and why not), and how aid works in sub-Saharan Africa.

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