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Quality education for all : Colombia’s partnership with the Republic of Korea to expand learning opportunities through ICT, 2012–15
Quality education for all In 2012, poor students in rural Colombia were learning at levels far below their rich peers (Bos et al. 2014). Colombia needed to close the large learning gap across socioeconomic groups and regions to ensure that all students had a fair chance to realize their dreams. With..

Joo, Christine H. 

2020-02
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Quality education for all : Colombia’s partnership with the Republic of Korea to expand learning opportunities through ICT, 2012–15
Quality education for all In 2012, poor students in rural Colombia were learning at levels far below their rich peers (Bos et al. 2014). Colombia needed to close the large learning gap across socioeconomic groups and regions to ensure that all students had a fair chance to realize their dreams. With..

Joo, Christine H. 

2020-02
104
Improving Access to Financial Services in Poor Communities : Introducing the Graduation Microfinance Model in The Gambia, 2015–2018
Improving Access to Financial Services in Poor Communities Across The Gambia, many people lack access to basic financial services that would allow them to borrow and save money. The problem is particularly prevalent in rural areas, where very few banks have branches, and as a result, most rural dwel..

Touray, Yankuba K. 

2019-11
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Improving Access to Financial Services in Poor Communities : Introducing the Graduation Microfinance Model in The Gambia, 2015–2018
Improving Access to Financial Services in Poor Communities Across The Gambia, many people lack access to basic financial services that would allow them to borrow and save money. The problem is particularly prevalent in rural areas, where very few banks have branches, and as a result, most rural dwel..

Touray, Yankuba K. 

2019-11
102
Overcoming delivery challenges for national deworming in South Korea
Overcoming delivery challenges for national deworming in South Korea This case study investigates how collaboration between the Korean Association for Parasite Eradication, a small coalition of dedicated South Korean parasitologists and health professionals, and the Korean government overcame numero..

Kim, Taejong 

2019-05
101
Closing the Republic of Korea's infrastructure gap through sustainable public-private partnerships, 1994–2005
Closing the Republic of Korea's infrastructure gap through sustainable public-private partnerships, 1994–2005 This case study reviews the evolution of public–private partnership (PPP) policy in the Republic of Korea in chronological order and identifies the lessons learned. It describes the backgrou..

Park, Hyeon 

2019-05
100
Overcoming delivery challenges for national deworming in South Korea
Overcoming delivery challenges for national deworming in South Korea This case study investigates how collaboration between the Korean Association for Parasite Eradication, a small coalition of dedicated South Korean parasitologists and health professionals, and the Korean government overcame numero..

Kim, Taejong 

2019-05
99
Closing the Republic of Korea's infrastructure gap through sustainable public-private partnerships, 1994–2005
Closing the Republic of Korea's infrastructure gap through sustainable public-private partnerships, 1994–2005 This case study reviews the evolution of public–private partnership (PPP) policy in the Republic of Korea in chronological order and identifies the lessons learned. It describes the backgrou..

Park, Hyeon 

2019-05
98
How the volume-based waste fee policy increased household recycling rates in the Republic of Korea (1995-2009)
How the volume-based waste fee policy increased household recycling rates in the Republic of Korea (1995-2009) With approximately 60 percent recycling and composting rates, theRepublic of Korea has been heralded as one of the highest recyclers of municipal solid waste among OECD countries. The Volum..

Kim, Dong-Young 

2019-03
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How the volume-based waste fee policy increased household recycling rates in the Republic of Korea (1995-2009)
How the volume-based waste fee policy increased household recycling rates in the Republic of Korea (1995-2009) With approximately 60 percent recycling and composting rates, theRepublic of Korea has been heralded as one of the highest recyclers of municipal solid waste among OECD countries. The Volum..

Kim, Dong-Young 

2019-03