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  • Long-term contraceptive protection, discontinuation and switching behaviour — Welcome to Navsarjan
    provides updated information and new findings on the profile of IUD users IUD discontinuation and switching behaviours among women in developing country settings Contraceptive calendar data from 14 nationally representative surveys were conducted between 1998 and 2008 and analyses focuses on contraceptive use episodes with particular attention to length of use reasons for stopping and method switching following stopping Results showed that the main reasons for stopping IUD use implied

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/long-term-contraceptive-protection-discontinuation-and-switching-behaviour/ (2016-04-30)
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  • The Sector-wide Approach in Bangladesh Primary Education: A Critical View — Welcome to Navsarjan
    II It is not intended to be an assessment of PEDP II accomplishments but key information and a brief discussion about progress in the substantive programme objectives in primary education development in Bangladesh have been presented in order to understand how the modality of cooperation and management has worked Having examined the characteristics of the Sector Wide Approach SWAp as it has been applied in PEDP II and how it

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/the-sector-wide-approach-in-bangladesh-primary-education-a-critical-view/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Age in Grade Congruence and Progression in Basic Education in Bangladesh — Welcome to Navsarjan
    Bangladesh In Bangladesh gross and net enrolment rates are used to measure overage and underage enrolment in the education system However due to the limits of these methods in exploring the issue of age in grade the paper uses the CREATE Community and School Survey COMSS data from Bangladesh The research shows that age in grade incongruent children and slow progressing children who both often come from relatively low income

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/age-in-grade-congruence-and-progression-in-basic-education-in-bangladesh/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Measuring Change II Expanding Knowledge on Monitoring & Evaluation in Media Development — Welcome to Navsarjan
    in Media Development Measuring Change II the 5th Symposium of the German Forum Media and Development FoME extended and deepened discussions on monitoring and evaluation M E in media development launched in its 2007 Conference Participants shared latest trends tools and learning on assessing media landscapes evaluating the quality and impact of training and how media s contributions to social and political change are assessed Donor and media assistance organisations

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/measuring-change-ii-expanding-knowledge-on-monitoring-evaluation-in-media-development/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Promoting gender equality in responses to climate change: the case of Kenya — Welcome to Navsarjan
    that the importance of gender in climate change responses is increasingly being acknowledged Climate change affects women and men differently and both women and men have different resources and experiences at their disposal to deal with climate change including climate variability It is therefore important that climate change responses are gender sensitive in order to effectively reduce vulnerability and build adaptive capacity However despite the increasing attention paid to gender

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/promoting-gender-equality-in-responses-to-climate-change-the-case-of-kenya/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Sound expectations: from impact evaluations to policy change — Welcome to Navsarjan
    The Dalit Movement Today Document Actions Sound expectations from impact evaluations to policy change Outlines a conceptual framework that can be used to identify factors that help or hinder rigorous impact evaluations from influencing policy Authors Vanesa Weyrauch and Gala Díaz Langou from CIPPEC develop a framework that is adaptable to the reality of developing countries and can help researchers in producing case studies which explain the policy influence potential

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/sound-expectations-from-impact-evaluations-to-policy-change/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Realizing Forest Rights in Vietnam: Addressing Issues in Community Forest Management — Welcome to Navsarjan
    goals The first section focuses on issues that relate to the transfer of forest rights to local people through Forest Land Allocation FLA including an overview of FLA in Vietnam a case study highlighting tensions that can arise between conservation and food security and a discussion of customary land rights of ethnic minorities The second section discusses CFM in relation to two existing policy frameworks in Vietnam Payment for Environmental

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/realizing-forest-rights-in-vietnam-addressing-issues-in-community-forest-management/ (2016-04-30)
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  • One Goal, Two Paths: Achieving Universal Access to Modern Energy in East Asia and the Pacific — Welcome to Navsarjan
    improvements in energy access must now be achieved with low carbon energy technology This report published by the World Bank Group WBG assesses the task of delivering universal access to modern energy in East Asia and the Pacific The report s key messages are as follows achieving universal energy access to modern energy within the East Asia and the Pacific EAP region is possible within two decades governments need to

    Original URL path: http://navsarjan.org/ids-document/one-goal-two-paths-achieving-universal-access-to-modern-energy-in-east-asia-and-the-pacific/ (2016-04-30)
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