• 11 January 2014

Mokoro’s most recent seminar was a great success! With 2015 around the corner, the seminar contributed to the debates regarding the post-2015 agenda, with a specific focus on education. The seminar, chaired by Chris Colclough, Emeritus Professor of Education and Development at Cambridge University, brought together leading voices on education, including Kevin Watkins, Executive Director of the Overseas Development Institute; Pauline Rose, Director of the annual Education for All Global Monitoring Report; and Alta Fölscher, Principle Consultant at Mokoro. Further details and the presentations can be downloaded here.

  • 11 December 2013

Mokoro’s Elizabeth Daley and Sabine Pallas (International Land Coalition) have just been published in Feminist Economics. The article, “Women and Land Deals in Africa and Asia: Weighing the Implications and Changing the Game”, is now available online on the Taylor & Francis Online website.

  • 11 October 2013

Three Mokoro Country Portfolio Evaluations (Republic of Congo, Timor Leste and The Kyrgyz Republic) are now available on the WFP external website.

  • 11 July 2013

Martin Adams has had his article ’Reforming communal rangeland policy in southern Africa: challenges, dilemmas and opportunities’ published. View it here.

  • 11 June 2013

Guidance notes on pooled funding to support service delivery in fragile and conflict-affected states have been published. Three of Mokoro’s Principal Consultants (Anthea Gordon, Beth Hodson and Stephen Lister) were part of the team. The documents can be downloaded here.

  • 11 May 2013

Mokoro’s latest newsletter has been sent out with another set of interesting articles from our consultants, including one from Beth Hodson on Mokoro’s recent assignment on pooled funding. In June Mokoro will be holding a seminar on women’s lands rights in Southern and Eastern Africa, which you can read more about in Robin Palmer’s article. To view the articles, click here. To receive a full version of the newsletter, email us.

  • 11 February 2013

Steve Mandel has had his paper “What do we mean by “growth” problems with growth and is a return to “growth” possible in the long term?” published in Green Economics Methodology, an Introduction. The book is published by Green Economics Institute, ISBN 978-1-907543-35-7.