The Duke Center for International Development (DCID) connects Duke University’s cuttingedge academic work to realworld challenges in international development, particularly in low and middleincome countries and fragile contexts.

Far fewer people migrate than global disparities in wealth and read more >
In Myanmar, even before the current political crisis, it was read more >
Although Small and Medium Size Enterprises (SMEs) play a growing read more >
Developing countries have limited options for increasing regulatory compliance by read more >
Poor sanitation has large negative impacts on environmental quality, health, read more >
Researchers aimed to identify trends in mobility both within and read more >
Cambodia’s rapid urbanization has made waste management one of the read more >

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