• Jun 2, 2015

    The report presents evidence-based analysis drawing on countries’ data and experiences compiled from existing country and regional studies and analytical work. It provides a snapshot of the changing development and financing landscape in the region. It recognizes and captures the diversity of roles of different development actors – from government, international institutions, civil society and the business community.

  • Jul 28, 2015

    Indonesia has witnessed an increasing impact of natural disasters to the population in the past years. In the efforts to improving decision making process to avoid the negative impact of natural disasters becoming man-made disasters, information management plays a pivotal role. Various relevant stakeholders need to be more prepared on managing data and information. Well managed data and information will help calibrate the response and coordinate the influx of aid to ensure timely and efficiency of assistance to those who

  • Jun 3, 2015

    Trends of the world‘s economies exhibit the growing power of developing countries, as also reported in the World Economic Forum or the Global Economic Prospects. In the 4th quarter of 2012, the developing countries‘ GDP grew at a 5.7% annualized pace indicating that developing countries are becoming more economically and politically capable. In a sense, the economic growth of the Southern countries is making the world less unequal; henceforth shifting the paradigm of international cooperation from traditional North-South Cooperation into a more balanced cooperation, in which South-South Cooperation heightens as complementary to North-South Cooperation.

  • Dec 8, 2014

    Despite the rapid economic growth in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region, poor governance and corruption remain a major challenge to human development by fuelling inequalities and undermining access to public services. We live in a region were inequalities are rising, where the largest number of people living in extreme poverty reside 743 million, and an almost equal number, or 700 million people live without electricity. To curb corruption fourteen countries in the Asia-Pacific region have so far drafted an anticorruption strategy that is a country’s comprehensive anti-corruption policy document to coordinate national anti-corruption action. The development of anti-corruption strategies has often been driven by the efforts of States Parties to implement preventive measures under the United Nations Convention against Corruption.

  • Oct 1, 2012

    The Democracy Index measures democratic progress and setbacks within all 33 provinces, and provides a policy planning tool for government agencies.

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