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Addressing the Critical Issues Facing Asia - 60 Years
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Please note: Years listed represent the fiscal year in which the project took place. Projects from a completed fiscal year (Oct. 1 - Sept. 30) are added the following fiscal year.

Displaying 53 Projects

Projects : Trade & Financial Sectors Reform

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Community-Based Clean Water Solutions

Support for the development of "Community-based Clean Water Solutions," by selecting a section of a river and designing a future pilot project in the area with community-based clean water solutions and participation through multi-stakeholder consultations.

2010

Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI)

Design and implementation of a logistics study in East Nusa Tenggara to estimate the costs of intra and inter-island trade and transport, complementing previous studies on the cost of moving goods.

2009

Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI)

Designing and implementing a logistics study in East Nusa Tenggara Province, which estimates the costs of intra and inter-island trade and transport. This study complements the Foundation's previous studies on the cost of moving goods via road transportation and in the areas of regulatory reform and anti-corruption initiatives.

2009

Interdisciplinary Analysts

Design of a perception survey to analyze the local business climate in Kaski, Morang, Banke, and Rupandehi Districts.

2009

Local Economic Governance Program

Understanding the business climate in four local districts in Nepal through surveys and the administration of public-private dialogues with the Nepal Economic Forum.

2009

Nepal Economic Forum

Conducting economic analysis for a business climate perception survey; Providing recommendations on how to conduct public-private dialogues in Kaski, Morang, Banke and Rupandehi Districts.

2008

Center for Micro Finance

Assessment of regulatory gaps in Nepal’s microfinance policy and reform recommendations.

2008

Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI)

Continuation of Cost of Moving Goods study which tracks infrastructure cost components, the regulatory environment, and the cost of road charges for the trucking industry in Indonesia. This study will inform the Foundation’s future programming in the areas of regulatory reform and anti corruption initiatives. The report was launched in April 2008.

2008

Study on Options for Improving Efficiency in Port Services in Sulawesi

Design and implementation of a study on options for improving efficiency in port services in Sulawesi. The study identifies policy options and opportunities for improving efficiency in the provision of port services in Sulawesi.

2007

Additional Programs

KATALYST local economic governance program to strengthen the private sector in rural Bangladesh by enhancing the capacity of business associations (samities) to represent member interests and to more effectively engage with public agencies and officials.

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