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Caspar Trimmer

Caspar Trimmer

Caspar Trimmer is a Science Writer and Editor. 

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Kim Andersson

Kim Andersson

Kim Andersson leads SEI Initiative on Sustainable Sanitation

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Sarah Dickin

Sarah Dickin

Sarah Dickin is a Research Fellow at Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).

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Following a handwashing program, children at a school in West Java Indonesia wash their hands – Sheryl Silverman / World Bank (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Sanitation could be the catalyst for sustainable development

Sarah Dickin, Kim Andersson and Caspar Trimmer, Stockholm Environment Institute
26 August 2016

Ahead of World Water Week, authors from the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) write on the crucial role that sanitation can play in sustainable development.

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First day back at school in Mongolia – Nick Farnhill (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Five ways that politics shapes education systems and reforms

Joseph Wales
25 August 2016

When looking to implement education reform, policy-makers and donors should pay close attention to political context argues Joseph Wales. He looks specifically at DFID's new RISE programme and outlines the lessons that can be taken from development progress research on national level education progress.

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Joseph Wales

Joseph Wales

Joseph Wales is a Research Officer in the Politics and Governance programme at ODI.

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