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Networks for Prosperity. Achieving Development Goals through Knowledge Sharing

This report intends to provide decision-makers with a basis for including knowledge management and knowledge networking in policy consideration related to development strategy, effectiveness and governance. It provides an overview of the links ... full view »


Lessons Learned in MDG-Fund Thematic Window Private Sector and Development. Providing Valuable Knowledge to Future Interventions in Developing Countries

This study aims to provide knowledge and substantial insights to future interventions in developing countries in developing countries regarding the design, management and implementation processes of private sector development-related ... full view »


Increasing decision-making capacities

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Seeds of Knowledge. Contributing to Climate Change Solutions

This booklet is a compilation of 24 lessons learned from the 17 UN Joint Programmes funded by the MDG-F with a focus on the environment and climate change. Each lesson learned is a history at the country-level of the challenges faced and the ... full view »


Case Study on Strengthening Women’s Leadership. Panama Joint Programme

This case studies a Joint Programme (JP) that was aimed at reducing gaps in safe water and sanitation public services by empowering citizens in excluded rural and indigenous areas in the Bisira and Kankintu communities in Panama. It also ... full view »


Online sharing of Water and Sanitation Knowledge

Sharing good practices, lessons learned and useful experiences from water and sanitation development project programs and initiatives are important to enhance efficient project development and implementation of water and sanitation projects. ... full view »


Measuring political commitment for food and nutrition security

Low political commitment to food and nutrition security has been recognized as a key barrier to the scale-up of effective interventions to improve nutrition. This executive summary outlines the results from the application of a rapid ... full view »


Best Practices and Lesssons learned. Joint programme on Children, Food Security and Nutrition in Afghanistan

Afghanistan is one of the most dangerous places for a child to be born. Its mortality rate for children younger than 5 years is ranked second in the world. Twenty five percent of children die before reaching their fifth birthday and more than ... full view »


Addressing Malnutrition Multisectorially

A multisectoral approach to nutrition was a central tenet of nutrition programming in the 1970s but was considered, at the time, overly ambitious and too dependent on other sectors reluctant to be coordinated. The approach has, however, ... full view »


Joint Programmes for Food and Nutrition Security

This review focuses on nutrition-sensitive agricultural activities among the MDG-F joint programmes. This paper aima to 1) provide policymakers and practitioners with an overview of how the joint programmes (JPs) integrated agricultural and ... full view »