2018 - Incentives for Improving Birth Registration Coverage: A Review of the Literature. Read more.
2018 - What's the greatest barrier to helping the poorest of the poor? Reaching them. Read more.
February 26 2018 - I learned about it through my experience with the Munk One program. I really like that PCJ doesn’t take a traditional view of international relations. It’s about bringing in voices from communities that aren’t often heard and talking about issues that are under the radar. Read more.
February 23 2018 - Watch his interview here.
January 21 2018 - Does it matter how aid reaches needy families? Does it matter if food, housing and warm clothes are given as charity for those who can't buy them or if families receive money and decide how to spend it themselves? Read more.
November 23, 2017 — U of T students share their experience of participating in the Reach Project, which studies the delivery of development interventions to vulnerable, hard-to-reach communities. Read more.
June 2, 2017 — U of T students reflect on their recent fieldwork in India, on the Aadhaar biometric identification program. Read more at U of T Faculty of Arts & Science.
September 27, 2016 — Professor Joseph Wong and Nina Da Nobrega Garcia examine the lessons learned from Brazil's Bolsa Familia conditional cash transfer program. Read more at the MasterCard Centre for Inclusive Growth.
August 30, 2016 — Professor Joseph Wong discusses the partnership between the Munk School of Global Affairs and the MasterCard Centre for Inclusive Growth to advance innovative solutions that achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Read more at the MasterCard Centre for Inclusive Growth.
August 4, 2016 — This summer, travelling through South Africa with the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs, Kim Skead drove past an informal settlement outside of Cape Town. Read more at news.utoronto.ca.
April 22, 2016 — Professor Joseph Wong discusses the innovation of the Bolsa Familia program in Brazil what the rest of the world can learn from it. Listen to the full podcast on Planet ArtSci.
October 7, 2015 It’s not unusual for University of Toronto professors to travel abroad to do field research. It’s not even out of the ordinary for graduate students to do so. Read more at news.utoronto.ca.