Hi! Are you guys ready for this weeks’ list of reads?
- The donors aiming to improve quality and the government focusing on infrastructure and access seems to have created a clash of interest causing a gradual decline in the share of bilateral and multilateral budgetary support. Find more on this here.
- Kara Swisher, co-founder at Recode, shares her story and experiences with the worst, and best, bosses. Kara says she is fantastic, not too confident. Read more on this here.
- Sakar has always enjoyed reading about strange people that don’t fit into the society well. He finds that there are interesting things to be learnt from the people at the fringes. He stumbled upon this article from the Vanity Fair that tells the story of Khalid bin al-Saud who has made investors from all over the world fall for his schemes.
- Prayush shared this tale of the world’s largest megalopolis – Shenzhen, about how to transformed itself from a rural village to its current state. But, this bewildering urbanization comes with a price to pay. Find out more on this here.
- Arts and Education is one of the agendas that Photo Kathmandu 2018 addresses. What help does visual code do for teachers and students? Sunoj shared this piece written by Ayushma Regmi with us.
Happy Reading! ^_^