This study assesses VFs’ performance by analysing financial performance and poverty outreach of VFs.
The 2017 Nam Ou River Basin Profile, supported by Australia’s Greater Mekong Water Resources Program, was carried out by the Lao Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to document the physical, biological, and socio-economic characteristics of the basin in support of more informed and sustainable planning and development.
Australia’s Greater Mekong Water Resources Program (2014-19, $30 million USD) supports more transparent, inclusive, informed, and accountable water resources management in the Greater Mekong region – facilitating regional cooperation and contributing to regional economic development through improved water, food, and energy security
To achieve macroeconomic goals (i.e., full employment, economic growth, price level stability) To finance government programs and activities (i.e., infrastructure and human resource development
This paper summarises both short-run macroeconomic performance (2017-2018) and medium-run macroeconomic performance (2011-2015) in Laos, with a view to inform DFAT policies and investments in Lao PDR.
Trajectories of Development Finance in Laos: Does lower middle income status matter?
This report was conducted to determine the current available information and gaps about multi grade teaching (MGT) in Lao PDR
This study aims to describe how the Government of Laos makes financial, policy, and human resource management decisions relating to primary education service delivery and administration.
This paper assesses macroeconomic performance in Laos over the period 2011-2015
This study explores the readiness and motivation of primary school teachers to change teaching practices.
This study explores the recruitment and deployment of primary school teachers in Lao PDR.
This study explores the growing role of digital financial services in the Lao PDR economy