Publications & Presentations
As noted on our Data Crisis page, few nonprofits make an effort to publish and distribute their data to stakeholders, NGOs, and government authorities. The Ladybug Project intends to distribute the information we collect, so that others can create more effective development initiatives, by publishing in both peer-review and popular journals, as well as present at conferences.
Publications in Prep.
Naseef, K. & Reuter, K. (2013) Education and Health Care in Equatorial Guinea. International Journal of Developing Societies. 2(1): 29-39. Available online.
Reuter, K.E., Gudiel, A.A., Hessert, B., Sewall, B.J. (2013) Barriers to student success in Madagascar. In Prep. Anticipated submission date: May 2013
Reuter, K.E. & Massengale, K. (2012) Filling the Data Void in International Development - a case study in Equatorial Guinea. Engaging Peace Conference. Arcadia University. Poster presentation.