AS KNOWLEDGE RECIPIENT (DEMAND)

Peer Learning on Integrated Urban Transformation
Rapid urbanization has the potential to improve the well-being of societies. If managed prudently, it can transform the development course of economies.
Providing country: Colombia, South Africa, Indonesia
Multisectoral Community Mobilization for Stunting Reduction
After close to 15 years of relatively successful nutrition policy development and programming, Senegal is at a crossroad to renew the policy and programming environment that will help the country deal with the more deep-rooted problems of malnutrition.
Providing country: Malawi
Receiving country: Senegal
Participatory Local Development and Service Delivery in Francophone Africa
The Governments of Cameroon, Guinea and Senegal (“the Governments”) have been pursuing a strategy of decentralization in tackling challenges of poverty, weak institutional capacity, and fragility.
Providing country: Guinea, Cameroon
Receiving country: Guinea, Cameroon, Senegal
Strengthening nutrition programs in West African countries
The Governments of Senegal, Ghana, and the Gambia sought to strengthen their capacity to reduce rates of malnutrition. Through a series of peer reviews in nutrition, officials from these countries identified new directions for reform, and enhanced their skills and commitment to design nutrition programs.
Providing country: Senegal, Ghana, Gambia, The
Receiving country: Senegal, Ghana, Gambia, The
Enhancing Capacity to Build ICT-sector Skills in Africa
Growth in the Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing sector (IT-BPO) can transform a country’s economy and improve the lives of its citizens. No country is a better example than India, which has achieved phenomenal growth in this sector.
Providing country: India, Philippines, Korea, Republic of
Developing Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Industrial Clusters in Africa
After learning about the success of East Asian countries in developing their economies and attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) through Special Economic Zones (SEZ), many African governments wanted to use the same strategy to improve their economic performance.
Providing country: China, Singapore, Malaysia
Building Knowledge to Reform Hospital Management in Senegal
Reforms granting autonomy to Senegalese hospitals in 2002 did not lead to improvements in hospital performance or financial management.
Providing country: Morocco, Tunisia
Receiving country: Senegal