RTI scores $96M international grant

The full project should last 15 years. During the first five-year phase of the project, RTI experts will work with AusAID to develop the capacity of Indonesian research organizations in the areas of health, education and poverty reduction.
Specifically, they will look to make the economy as a whole work better. Indonesia is the fourth-most populous country in the world, and its economy is feeling those growth pains. RTI researchers will help develop better macro-economic policies to drive the country’s economy forward.

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