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It’s time to stem the tide of women’s under-employment

13 Jan 2020 | Blog Entry

It’s time to stem the tide of women’s under-employment

In Sri Lanka, efforts need to be made to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education for girls to support their employment potential.

2017 International Comparison Program for Asia and the Pacific: Purchasing Power Parities and Real Expenditures — Results and Methodology

08 Oct 2020 | Publication

2017 International Comparison Program for Asia and the Pacific: Purchasing Power Parities and Real Expenditures — Results and Methodology

This publication provides in-depth analyses of purchasing power parities and real expenditures for 22 economies in Asia and the Pacific.

How Countries in Asia and the Pacific are Working Toward Universal Health Coverage and Controlling COVID-19

15 Sep 2020 | Article

How Countries in Asia and the Pacific are Working Toward Universal Health Coverage and Controlling COVID-19

The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic across Asia and the Pacific has exposed the gaps and deficiencies in the region’s health systems and the interdependence between health security and economic stability.

Online Learning in Sri Lanka’s Higher Education Institutions during the COVID-19 Pandemic

15 Sep 2020 | Publication

Online Learning in Sri Lanka’s Higher Education Institutions during the COVID-19 Pandemic

This brief outlines lessons and opportunities to improve online learning modalities based on the experiences of Sri Lanka on the transition to online tertiary education due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.