Social media professionals behind some of the most influential #globaldev campaigns offer insights into how they worked.
Governments and their partners are focused on smart cities — but the majority of people in emerging economies live in villages. Devex takes a look at India's plan to make its villages smart too.
Sir Martin Davidson, former head of the British Council, has been appointed the new chair of Adam Smith International, the DfID contractor that has recently come under investigation by the British government.
U.S. budget battles heat up on Capitol Hill, China’s development bank adds 13 new members, and foreign ministers convene to chart the post-ISIS reconstruction. This week in development news.
Devex spoke with Andrew Salkin, senior vice president of city solutions at 100 Resilient Cities, about how he's helping city leaders incorporate resilience into urban governance.
In two defense-related congressional hearings this week, Senators and representatives sought answers on the security impact of proposed cuts to the aid and diplomatic budgets. The defense community has emerged as a key voice in the debate over whether and how to slash aid funding.
The Congressional Caucus for Effective Foreign Assistance got a bit bigger Tuesday night as it expanded to the Senate, with Senator Chris Coons and Senator Johnny Isakson as new co-chairs.
Jacquelline Fuller, president of Google.org, speaks the languages of both Silicon Valley and global development. She talks to Devex about making the most of your expertise to have greater impact.
On World Water Day, Gary White talks to Devex about how his organization rolled out its WaterCredit program to millions, and why he believes it could offer a sustainable solution to water access.