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The five short-term training programs, focusing on project appraisal, public sector financial management, transfer pricing, tax analysis and fiscal decentralization, trained nearly 100 people from 28 countries.


The annual six-week program, launched in 2014, combines coursework with hands-on field experience in rural India, giving Duke graduate students the opportunity to work with development professionals from local universities and organizations.


DCID released its 2015-16 Annual Report this month, which outlines all of the activities - including post-graduate education, executive training, events, publications, policy advising and research - in which DCID was involved during the academic year.


Panagiotis Karamanos MIDP'95 is team leader for the European Union’s Technical Cooperation for Environment in India project, which is focused on capacity building for solid waste and wastewater management in Mumbai and Delhi.