Derya Deniz is an independent international relations analyst who has worked with several Turkish NGOs and international organizations, including as a research officer for the Permanent Observer Mission of the OIC to the United Nations. She holds a bachelor's degree in political sciences and international relations, and speaks Turkish, English and Arabic.
The development landscape in Central Asia has been expanding since the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. Here’s a rundown of international and local organizations that are working to help Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan overcome their development challenges.
<p>Rafee Yusoff, the Islamic Development Bank’s director of group strategic planning, tells Devex that developing new partnership strategies and using economic development tools as a means of achieving human development are just some of his institution’s goals as it seeks to revitalize its role in the Muslim world and beyond.</p>
The world’s 15th-largest economy has been expanding development cooperation especially with Africa, while pushing to become a regional hub for multilateral aid agencies. Here’s a look at Turkey’s expanding international development landscape.
Arab donors are becoming increasingly powerful international players, and they will be crucial to boosting development in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond. Here’s a rundown of the region’s main bilateral donors and development nonprofits.
Arab donors are becoming increasingly powerful international players, and they will be crucial to boosting development in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond. Here’s a rundown of the region’s main multilateral organizations.