The team from Gavi celebrated the vaccine alliance’s 20th anniversary and made the case for its upcoming replenishment at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting this week.
China takes extraordinary health security measures, the International Court of Justice hands down a ruling to Myanmar, and the U.K.’s approach to African investment draws criticism.
Critics of the annual gathering in Davos say the meetings are all talk and no action. This year, new voices — from young people to indigenous leaders — are demanding they be heard not only in panels, but "as part of the system."
A group of NGOs released an open letter calling for a stop to the sale of the .org domain to a private equity firm, a move they say threatens civil society.
Smallholder farmers who wish to move from subsistence to commercial farming can now look to the IDH Farmfit Fund, the largest impact fund for smallholder farmer finance, which launched Tuesday in Davos.
As world leaders gather in Davos, Delfin Ganapin, WWF governance practice lead, argues the SDGs remain the best blueprint available for a cohesive and sustainable world. But does business care enough to deliver and demand change?
ONE’s co-founder Jamie Drummond sees global development regaining its confidence, with entrepreneurs and activists set to not just transform the sector, but to help transform society around it.
A new initiative launched in Davos will bring civil society organizations together to identify ways they can balance the potential of technologies such as big data and AI with the challenge of consumer trust.
After a week of conversations and events at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Devex's President and Editor-in-Chief Raj Kumar takes stock of the key issues in global development.
Here is an inside look at the major deals likely to emerge from this year's forum. Most of the value comes from bilateral meetings and roundtable conversations, not always making it to the public stage or the press conference room.
Private investment for humanitarian issues was a hot topic at this year's World Economic Forum Annual Meeting — but some cautioned of its limits.
The head of the EU's humanitarian arm, Monique Pariat, has confirmed U.K. NGOs will use ECHO funding if no Brexit deal is agreed but says there are other options, including moving to the continent.
Betsy Otto, director of the World Resources Institute's Global Water Program, outlines the path forward for countries working toward water security.
In Davos, donors are coming together to discuss both how they can combine their resources and ways philanthropic collaboratives can build on what is working and avoid what is not.
Y Analytics announced its launch Wednesday in Davos, Switzerland. Here's what you need to know about the new impact measurement framework it aims to advance.
Efforts to improve mental health in lower-income countries received a boost at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, in what campaigners hope will be a pivotal year for attention to the issue.
As U.S., U.K., and French leaders drop out to deal with crises at home, Devex looks at some of the biggest concerns for the development community at Davos 2019.
Discussions on privacy, bias, and security need to happen more globally, and at the World Economic Forum meetings in Davos, leaders across sectors can build partnerships to mitigate these risks.