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Uses recent evidence from international early grade reading programs to provide guidance about how best to create appropriate targets and more effectively drive improved program outcomes.
Captures early-grade reading material practices RTI has developed for responding to contexts with high linguistic diversity and low operational capacity for producing/distributing instructional materials.
Regional review of electricity access in Sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on installed capacity, electricity generation, renewable energy growth, and electricity consumption.
Explores how governance interventions contribute to achieving sector-specific results and how international development practice has linked governance and sector outcomes.
Responds to important questions that are fundamental to improving teaching quality by influencing teaching practice.
Collaborative efforts to investigate emissions from residential and municipal trash burning in India
Presents findings on trash burning in India from a collaborative study among RTI, Duke University, and IIT Gandhinagar.
Examines common instructional strategies in early grade mathematics interventions through a review of 24 studies in classrooms in low- and middle-income countries.
Provides geospatial school-to-work transition data to demonstrate their implications for labor market and urban development policy.
This mixed methods study investigates which components of teachers’ guides are most effective, utilizing data from 19 RTI projects in 13 countries.
Describes a phased approach that countries can use to assess their current screening and evaluation services and build systems that support students with learning disabilities.
Outlines key features of adaptive programming and management and provides some examples from the field. / Souligne les éléments clés de la programmation et de la gestion adaptables et offre des exemples tirés du terrain.
Examines potential benefits and drawbacks and considers the policy implications of implementing municipal health insurance in Guatemala.
Our analysis of interdisciplinary literature on global youth unemployment is a first step in identifying and formalizing best practices for culturally appropriate career and workforce development worldwide.
Provides suggestions for developing inclusive education systems and policies, especially for low- and middle-income countries that are moving from a segregated system toward an inclusive system of education.
Technology costs as a barrier to energy and water efficiency in the commercial sector of the United Arab Emirates
Focuses on technology costs as a barrier to energy and water efficiency in the commercial sector in the United Arab Emirates.
Provides the initial results of analyses of the GreenSeeker Handheld crop sensor and lessons learned that can help inform dissemination of sustainable agricultural technology transfer.
Informs key stakeholders and motivates government agencies to accelerate tariff reform in the United Arab Emirates to promote conservation.
Development of an electrochemical process for blackwater disinfection in a freestanding, additive-free toilet
Describes developing and implementing a freestanding, additive-free toilet system that treats and recycles blackwater on site.
Explores treatments against the NTD schistosomiasis, including human factors to consider in getting people to use them.
Describes core elements for improving early grade literacy instruction and outcomes: approach to teaching; availability of quality, relevant learner materials; effective time use; using formative assessment to guide instruction; and provision of instruction in the most effective language.
Explores the gendered dimension of conflict in transitional societies.
Provides policymakers and program designers with an overview of the primary types of economic models that could be used to inform policy design and implementation.
Provides strategies and recommendations for developing inclusive classrooms and schools.
RTI International has extensive experience implementing international donor-funded programs and projects, including single-sector and multisector policy and service-delivery improvement efforts, as well as governance and public management reforms...
This book describes projects that focus on risk factors and/or treatment the four noncommunicable diseases that are responsible for the greatest impact on morbidity and mortality: cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases.