The African Development Bank opened its 52nd annual meeting in Ahmedabad, India, with a focus on wealth creation through agricultural transformation. Here are our top four issues to watch.
Devex reports on the key takeaways from a weekend of talks and debates at the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa in Jordan.
In a contentious and busy political environment, can the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, slated for elimination by the Trump administration, find the support it needs despite a laundry list of other Congressional priorities?
A leaked budget spreadsheet dated May 8 offers more detail into how the Trump administration might achieve deep cuts to foreign aid spending. Humanitarian and global health programs would face steep reductions under this plan.
The World Health Organization is preparing to hold its first ever election to fill the post of director-general. With politicking still going on in earnest behind the scenes, the race is still anyone's to win. Devex lays out what we know so far about the candidates' prospects — and the challenges the eventual winner will face.
The Philippines has stated it will not accept foreign aid from the European Union that may interfere with internal policies, but details remain hazy. Here's what we know so far.
The Global Impact Investing Network released its annual impact investing report on Wednesday. Here's a look at what it says about the growth of the industry.
The Fourth Annual Australian Civil Society Coalition on Women, Peace and Security Report Card provides an important insight into Australia's progress to date against the United Nations women, peace and security agenda. As Australia begins the consultation phase for their second action plan, discussing current strengths and weaknesses are important for developing a strengthened plan supporting women and girls globally.
Chief Tashka Yawanawa of the Yawanawa tribe in western Brazil has said the international community needs to put pressure on the country's government to prevent indigenous ancestral lands, most of which are in the Amazon rainforest, from being sold off for cattle or farming, depriving tribes of their homes and livelihoods and also depleting the world's biggest natural carbon sink.