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Peru | It's High Time for Good Governance

Five Questions with Miguel Jaramillo, Executive Director of the Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE), one of the most influential think tanks in the Americas. He has also recently joined the Social Protection Committee in Peru, and is a member of GDN's Alumni.

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Sri Lanka | Boosting Farmers'​ Resilience

Five Questions with Kanchana Wickramasinghe, Research Economist at the Institute of Policy Studies in Sri Lanka, and winner of the US$30,000 First Prize of the Japanese Award for Outstanding Research, administered by the Global Development Network in 2014.

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Global Perspective | Local Research Can Improve Lives

Five Questions with Ramona Angelescu Naqvi, Director of Programs at the Global Development Network (GDN). Ramona provides strategic oversight to the organization's research capacity building programs across the globe. She has written on global governance, migration and capacity building. 

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Bhutan | Research is Key to the Development of my Country

Five Questions with Dr. Phanchung, who took over as the Director General of the Department of Research and External Relations at the Royal University of Bhutan from August 2015

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India | Climate Change : Awareness about the risks to livelihood, health and environment are most important.

Five Questions with Subir Sen from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee India, who received a grant from the Global Development Network to study "Understanding farmers risk perceptions and farm-level risk management policies in India: Do policies serve their requirement?

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Global Perspective | Jyotsna Puri

Five Questions with Dr. Jyotsna (Jo) Puri, Head, Independent Evaluation Unit (IEU) of the Green Climate Fund, a global fund created to support the efforts of developing countries to respond to the challenge of climate change. 

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