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Targeted Interventions against Hunger: A Case for Preschool and School Feeding

This hunger briefing paper is the first in a series of Hunger Briefing papers, prepared for the Asia Pacific Hunger Campaign. The Hunger Campaign, based on a seven point coalition of process, partnership and policy is a collaborative initiative of the United Nations Development Programme Regionalmore

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The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative: Cambodia Country Assessment

This report presents the findings of an assessment of the project ‘Access to Justice in Cambodia’ conducted in April and May 2009. The assessed results are based on the criteria of effectiveness, sustainability, relevance and strategic positioning, efficiency, political economy, and codification ofmore

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The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative: India Country Assessment

This report presents the findings of an assessment of two projects supported by Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund (DGTTF): ‘Access to Justice by Poor and Disadvantaged People’, and ‘Legal Empowerment Through Community Radio’ conducted in April and May 2009. The assessment focused onmore

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The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative: Indonesia Country Assessment

This assessment examined the results of the A2J Assessment Project, a survey of A2J in five provinces in Indonesia. It measured innovation and catalytic ability in supporting breakthroughs in sensitive democratic governance issues and in scaling up activities.   The country study is anmore

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The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative: Regional Assessment

This report presents the assessment findings of the Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative (AP-A2J) conducted over April and May 2009. The assessment is part of a UNDP effort to respond to one of the recommendations of the global Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund 2008 Evaluationmore

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The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative: Sri Lanka Country Assessment

This assessment was conducted to identify and document the results and impact of the first phase of the Sri Lanka Equal Access to Justice Project (EA2J) which took place from 2004 to December 2007 and addressed legal empowerment and A2J for the disadvantaged using a human rights-basedmore

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The Business Record Book for Market Vendors

WHY WAS THIS RECORD BOOK PRODUCED? Record keeping is good business practice that women market vendors do not usually do. Good record keeping will show the trader if the business is making any money (profit) or running at a loss. Good record keeping is needed to run a successful business andmore

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The Global Financial Crisis and the Asia-Pacific Region

UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre, in partnerships with UNDP Country Offices, UNDP-HQ (Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific and Bureau for Development Policy) and other UN agencies such as UNICEF undertook a series of policy–oriented country case studies (Bangladesh; China; Cambodia; India;more

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The Great Maze: Regional and Bilateral Free Trade Agreements in Asia

The establishment of the World Trade Organization (and its Single Undertaking) has facilitated the expansion of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) by setting common trade obligations, while setbacks in advancing the multilateral agenda have created new outlets for consideration of bilateral and regionalmore

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The Human Rights-Based Approach to Journalism: Training Manual Viet Nam

This handbook is the product of co-operation among the UN Inter-Agency Lessons Learned Project (LLP) on the Human Rights-Based Approach to Development, the international consultant (Professor Terrance Duffy), the Vietnam Institute for Human Rights (VIHR), UNESCO Hanoi Office, and the UNDP Asiamore