A study in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic indicates that low-cost, village-wide efforts to improve sanitation have powerful benefits that cascade across income and age groups.
If safe re-opening and remedial actions are not prioritized, Asia’s students will bear the long-term costs of this pandemic.
Боловсролын хоцрогдол ба орлогын алдагдал: Азид сургуулиудыг хаасны улмаас үүссэн их хэмжээний хохирол
Сургуулиудын аюулгүй байдлыг ханган дахин нээж, сурагчдын хоцрогдлыг нөхөх арга хэмжээг нэн тэргүүнд авахгүй бол цар тахлаас үүдэх урт хугацааны хохирлыг Ази тивийн сурагчид төлөх болно.
Digital technologies and EdTech could play a role in addressing the learning crisis underway in Asia and the Pacific.
On World Toilet Day, a marketing campaign in Viet Nam sheds light on what makes civil society organizations effective partners for development projects
Malnutrition in Indonesia, as in many countries, is a complex issue, with perplexing coexistence of undernourishment and obesity in populations. Three ongoing studies are revealing how to improve the situation.
A strategic combination of actions at the local and national level is needed to recover from learning losses caused by COVID-19 and address the learning crisis that existed long before the pandemic.
A sanitation campaign in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic reveals that reducing open defecation has unexpected benefits across households and communities.
Over three decades ago, economic researcher Martin Ravallion and his colleagues found a way to identify and quantify the world’s poorest people with an international poverty line that continues to guide policies to this day.