This evaluative study explores the recruitment and deployment of primary school teachers in Lao PDR
This evaluative study explores the readiness and motivation of primary school teachers to change teaching practices
In this paper, we aim to assess the gains of rural people from digital financial services by looking at their participation in the Banque pour le Commerce Extérieur Lao's Community Money Express or BCOME using data from May 2015 to January 2017
This report presents findings from an evaluation of the DFAT-funded Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor pilot program in Lao PDR
In this presentation, we examine what information is available from existing studies on Lao labour market and what information the Government of Lao PDR and businesses like LNCCI need to inform their HRM and HRD policies and strategies going forward
In this presentation we look at using data visualization to represent and intereact with changing landscape of official development assitance to Lao PDR
This evaluative study focuses on household responses to changes in access to finance resulting from village banks established by GIZ's Access to Finance for the Poor (AFP) program
LADLF conducted interviews with representatives of five small and medium enterprises that had received a Business Assistance Facility (BAF) grant and two small enterprises that had staff complete training at the Garment Skills Development Centre through the Trade Development Facility
This study explores the growing role of digital financial services in the Lao PDR economy
The purpose of this study is to provide the National Committee for Rural Development and Poverty Eradication, the Poverty Reduction Fund implementers and development partners with a better understanding of the Sam Sang directive in terms of its objectives, processes and outcomes to date as well as practical challenges.
This document summarises the key findings of a study assessing potential for adding Post Clearance Impact Assessment (PCIA) to UXO Lao’s current monitoring and evaluation procedures.
This report is a synthesis of a comprehensive baseline analysis commissioned by LADLF and carried out by Rita Gebert with support from the Social Protection and Sustainable Livelihoods (SPSL) component of the Lao-Australian Rural Livelihoods Programme.
This study was designed to enable LADLF to gain a better understanding of research partner constraints, limitations and processes, which can affect their potential to provide relevant and needed information to the Government and its policy processes
This study seeks to identify the critical institutional barriers that constrain effective implementation of the Multisectoral Food and Nutrition Security Action Plan (FNS-AP) 2014-2020
This rapid appraisal reviews more than 10 years of experience in Laos and other Asian countries to identify good agricultural practices for better growth and results in targeted livestock production enterprises.
This rapid appraisal of good agricultural practices reviews more than 10 years of experience in Lao PDR and Vietnam to identify good practice pig production for better growth and results
This rapid appraisal of good agricultural practice reviews experience in South East Asia to identify good practice choices between livestock fattening and breeding for poor households in Lao PDR
This rapid appraisal of good agricultural practices reviews more than 10 years of experience in Laos, Vietnam and Bangladesh to identify good practice management of poultry for better growth and results
This rapid appraisal of good agricultural practices reviews more than 10 years of experience in Laos and Vietnam to identify good practice feeding of goats for better growth and results.
This was the first annual Rural Development Sector Performance Report providing an update on contextual developments and progress against expected end-of-program outcomes.