Planning, Research, and Evaluation

Research Links

While providing technical assistance in developing fields and dynamic regions of the globe, we are also learning valuable information and helping to make linkages among our clients and colleagues.

Here is a current list of some of the useful web sites we've come across.

United Nations Information Services
Provides links to United Nations, international development-related servers, and other international organizations. Use this convenient page to access servers such as the OECD WWW server, the UN Development Program and UN Development Fund for Women, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, NATO, The IMF, The Institute for International Sustainable Development, and over 75 other related pages.

World Bank Publications
Provides access to the World Bank Publications catalog. Some documents are available on-line. This is primarily a catalog to order or review documents from the World Bank.

The USAID Web Page provides access to USAID projects and procurement information. It also provides access to the International Development page which gives links to various agencies in the international development field. It contains a search mechanism and gives access to USAID handbooks and other procurement information.

Asian Development Bank
The home page for the Asian Development Bank provides materials on ADB projects and procurement opportunities.

REESWeb: Russian an East European Studies Internet Resources
A comprehensive index of electronic resources on the Balkans, the Baltic states, the Caucuses, Central Asia, Central Europe, the CIS, Eastern Europe, the NIS, the Russian Federation, and the former Soviet Union. This resource is sponsored by the University Center for Russian and Eastern Studies of the University of Pittsburgh.

The Rendon Group
A global strategic communications consultancy with over 26 years experience in 69 countries developing corporate communications policy and objectives. The firm works in the U.S. and in countries in transition, including the Middle East, former Soviet Union, and Africa.