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07.17.2014

The nonprofit sector in China, despite its young age, has made tremendous strides in addressing social issues such as pollution, education and poverty. However, the Chinese government still has “mixed emotions” about this unfamiliar new sector, she said, making it reluctant to put measures in...

07.15.2014

Dr. Fernando Fernholz, associate professor of the practice of public policy at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID), is leading a team that is providing training and advisory services to support the public investment system in Zambia. Fernholz and Fernando Cossio, professor of...

07.15.2014

Dr. G.P. Shukla, professor of the practice of public policy at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID), co-authored a recently released World Bank paper evaluating the potential of geothermal energy to meet Indonesia’s growing need for electricity while protecting the environment....

06.24.2014

From 2013 to 2014, a faculty member and alumnus from the Duke Center for International Development (DCID) in the Sanford School of Public Policy have actively participated in the DeBoer Fellowship program, an annual program that aims to “help promising Myanmar citizen leaders to reach their...

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