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Societal Dynamics & Fragility : Engaging Societies in Responding to Fragile Situations

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2152
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Social Analysis
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World Bank
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2017-06-15T20:21:26Z
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2017-06-15T20:21:26Z
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2012
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Extreme fragile situations are now home to at least a quarter of the worlds people. In the worst cases, where fragility has given way to open violence - people are more than twice as likely to be malnourished, more than three times as likely to be unable to send their children to school, twice as likely to see their children die before age five, and more than twice as likely to lack clean water. It is unsurprising that not a single low-income country in these circumstances has been able to achieve even one Millennium Development Goal (World Bank 2011). In addition, many fragile situations generate spillover effects such as trafficking in illegal goods and persons, and corruption, which threaten the stability of neighboring countries (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD 2005, 2010). This study views fragility as not only a problem of state capacity, but also of relationships in society. That is, while some elements of fragility emanate from the state, others are deeply rooted in societal dynamics, the way individuals and groups interact and the relationships that form out of these interactions.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/27226
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English
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en_US
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Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo
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ACCOUNTABILITY
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AID EFFECTIVENESS
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ARMED CONFLICT
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AUTHORITY
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BELIEF SYSTEMS
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BRAIN DRAIN
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BUDGETARY CONTROLS
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CASTES
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CEO
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CITIZEN
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CITIZENS
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CITIZENSHIP
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CIVIL RIGHTS
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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CIVIL SOCIETY INSTITUTIONS
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CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS
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CIVIL WAR
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CLAN ORGANIZATIONS
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CLEAN WATER
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COLLECTIVE
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COLLECTIVE ACTION
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COMMON LAW
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COMMUNITIES
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COMMUNITY LEADERS
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COMMUNITY MEMBERS
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CONFLICT
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CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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CONSENSUS BUILDING
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CONSULTATIVE COUNCILS
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CORRUPTION
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CRIME
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DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS
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DEVELOPMENT GOALS
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DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS
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DEVELOPMENT POLICIES
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DEVELOPMENT POLICY
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DIFFERENT SYSTEMS
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DISADVANTAGED GROUPS
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DISCRIMINATION
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DISPUTE RESOLUTION
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DISSEMINATION
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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ECONOMIC STATUS
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ELITE
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ELITES
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ETHNICITY
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FAMILIES
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GENDER NORMS
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GENDER ROLES
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GENERATIONS
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GOVERNANCE REFORM
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GOVERNANCE REFORMS
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GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
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GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
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GRASS-ROOTS
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GROUP MEMBERSHIP
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HEALTH CENTERS
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IDEAS
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ILLITERATE WOMEN
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INCOME
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INCOME INEQUALITY
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INCORPORATION
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INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES
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INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
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INDIVIDUALS
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INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
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INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
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LACK OF CAPACITY
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LAND TENURE
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LARGE CITIES
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LIMITED
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LIMITED RESOURCES
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LOCAL COMMUNITIES
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LOCAL GOVERNANCE
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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
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LOCAL MECHANISMS
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LOCAL POPULATION
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LOW-INCOME COUNTRY
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MANAGERS
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MEDICAL SCHOOL
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MIGRATION
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MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL
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MINORITY
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MUNICIPAL AGENCIES
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OWNERSHIP OF LAND
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PARLIAMENT
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PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING
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PARTICIPATORY METHODS
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PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES
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PEACE
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PERSONS
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PLACE OF RESIDENCE
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POINT OF DEPARTURE
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POLICY PROCESS
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POLICY RESPONSE
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POLITICAL ECONOMY
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POLITICAL POWER
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POOR PERFORMANCE
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POVERTY ALLEVIATION
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POVERTY REDUCTION
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PRACTITIONERS
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PROPERTY RIGHTS
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PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY
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PUBLIC LIFE
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PUBLIC OPINION
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PUBLIC POLICY
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PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM
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PUBLIC SPHERE
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RADIO
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RADIO STATIONS
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RAPE
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REFORM EFFORT
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RELIGIOUS BELIEFS
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RESOURCE ALLOCATION
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RURAL AREAS
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RURAL DEVELOPMENT
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RURAL WOMEN
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SCHOOL CHILDREN
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SECONDARY SCHOOL
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SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS
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SECRET SOCIETIES
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SERVICE DELIVERY
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SERVICE PROVIDERS
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SKILL DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIAL ACTION
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SOCIAL ANALYSIS
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SOCIAL CHANGE
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SOCIAL CHANGES
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SOCIAL COHESION
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SOCIAL CONTRACT
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SOCIAL DYNAMICS
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SOCIAL GROUPS
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SOCIAL INEQUALITY
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SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
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SOCIAL PROBLEMS
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SOCIAL SECTOR
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SOCIAL SERVICES
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SOCIAL STATUS
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SOCIALIZATION
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SOCIETY
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SPILLOVER
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STAKEHOLDER
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STAKEHOLDERS
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STATE ENTERPRISES
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STEREOTYPES
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TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS
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TELEVISION
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TOLERANCE
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TRADITIONAL HEALERS
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TRADITIONS
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TRANSPARENCY
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TRANSPARENCY MECHANISMS
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TRANSPORTATION
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TRAUMA
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TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
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URBAN SETTLEMENTS
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URBANIZATION
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VICTIMS
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VILLAGE CHIEFS
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WOMAN
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YOUNG PEOPLE
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YOUTH
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Societal Dynamics & Fragility
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Engaging Societies in Responding to Fragile Situations
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Report
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2012-05-25
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Economic & Sector Work :: Social Analysis
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Economic & Sector Work
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/765761468157785881/Societal-dynamics-and-fragility-engaging-societies-in-responding-to-fragile-situations
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16286663
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/765761468157785881/pdf/691620WP00PUBL0agility0Summary0WEB0.pdf
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Education :: Education and Society
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Law and Development :: Corporate Law
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Social Development :: Social Inclusion & Institutions
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Social Development :: Social Cohesion
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Social Development Department (SDV)

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