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KDVI Interventions in the Education Sector (2015)

Alicia Cheak

"Education sector inter-ventions"

Case studies on different KDVI interventions in the education sector.

KDVI, 2015

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Elco Schwartz

Sep 13, 7:02 PM

As vice-Chair on the Board of the non-profit Western Academy of Beijing, I would be very interested in these case studies.

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