From March 12- 15, 2012 Twaweza will facilitate a visit to Tanzania by Nancy Birdsall, President of the Center for Global Development (CGD) on the ‘Cash on Delivery’ concept. The discussions will explore whether the ‘Cash on Delivery’ concept can help improve development outcomes. The CGD team will meet with various government officials, donors, development partners, civil society organizations and academics.
Twaweza has engaged with the cash on delivery approach for some time, but believes that the concept becomes more effective when it is applied at the local level, where the incentives matter much more. To read Twaweza Head Rakesh Rajani’s commentary on this click here.
If you are interested in the idea, come to the open session on Wednesday 14 March from 0930 to 1045, held at the First Floor Conference Room of the World Bank. The session will be of value to people working on improving education outcomes, achieving results in developments, aid effectiveness and governance. Further details can be found here. Please confirm your attendance to email@example.com
Visit here for more information on the Center for Global Development and Cash on Delivery.
- Centre for Global Development brief on Cash on Delivery | 200.94 KB
- Cash on Delivery 14 March discussion flyer | 188.79 KB
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