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The Ilo Project, a joint endeavor of Cornell University and PACT, with funding from USAID, aims to improve the policy process in Madagascar through improved economic analysis, and the expansion of availability and use of such information to enhance policy dialogue.

Ilo, the Malagasy word for lumière, symbolizes our expectations for enlightened debate. Its second meaning, to facilitate the joining of pieces together through lubrication, embodies the spirit of teamwork and interaction of our partnership. Information sheds light on dialogue. Dialogue is the essential lubricant enabling the citizens of a country to move forward in a common direction. By bringing two experienced teams from Cornell and PACT together, Ilo is working to improve the policy making process in Madagascar.


For more information, please contact the David E. Sahn, Project Director.

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Now Available On-Line

Agriculture, pauvrete rural et politiques economiques a Madagascar - book title

Edited by:

Bart Minten
Jean-Claude Randrianarisoa
Lalaina Randrianarison