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The annivesary report for "Citizen Voices: A Global Conference Citizen Engagement for Enhanced Development Impact" is now available.

Abril 7, 2014 Announcement

Read the blog post, "Engaged Citizens, Responsive Governments, Better Services for People?" from WBI's Stephen Davenport.
 

Abril 3, 2014 Blog post

Read the blog post from World Bank Institute's Benjamin Herzberg, Program Lead for Private Sector Engagement for Good Governance (PSGG).
 

Marzo 25, 2014 Blog post

The GPSA is pleased to announce the selection of eight new projects in Ghana, Uganda, Moldova, DRC, Morocco, Mongolia, Paraguay and Tunisia as finalists for the second round of grants under the program.

Marzo 20, 2014 News

The World Bank Institute offers a new online course to help practitioners design, implement, and measure result-oriented knowledge exchange initiatives.

Marzo 18, 2014 Announcement

How can social accountability make development interventions more effective and strengthen the performance of public institutions?

Marzo 10, 2014 Announcement

Are you a mid-career professional from a developing country applying for a masters program?

Marzo 6, 2014 Announcement

Read the blog post, "Crowdsourcing Feedback to Improve Healthcare Systems" on improving service delivery and health system reform in Uganda through crowdsourcing.

Febrero 27, 2014 Blog post

Read a blog post on youth and open government, "What’s the Relationship between Youth, Open Government, and Development?"

Febrero 26, 2014 Blog post

Read the blog post, "A 19,000-Strong Global Classroom Learns About Climate Change," that looks at the success of the recently wrapped up four-week MOOC, Turn Down the Heat.
 

Febrero 26, 2014 Blog post