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.
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.
We've rounded up several of the major gatherings in global development taking place in early 2019. Check out our preview for more.
The World Economic Forum's Sustainable Development Impact Summit focused on accelerating progress on the SDGs. Here's what leaders who gathered think is needed.
More than 1,000 participants from 43 countries gathered for the event in Hanoi, Vietnam,
this week. From innovative financing for malaria to a first-time focus on sexual harassment in the workplace, here are a few things you might have missed from the three-day summit.
There are three main thoughts any private sector or development leader will have when confronted with a case of sexual abuse. But there is always only one way to respond, according to Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Sustaining interest to reach malaria elimination is an increasing challenge within countries and from external donors in Asia-Pacific. Stakeholders are turning to different approaches to fill the gap.
Yes, but a new WEF survey reveals disparities between countries.
Discussions at the World Economic Forum on Latin America in Brazil last week ranged from the region’s corruption problems, to financing and implementing the Sustainable Development Goals, and the growing crisis in Venezuela. Here are some of the key takeaways.
With a dozen years to go before the finish line of the Sustainable Development Goals, development leaders need to get the underlying plumbing of the sector right in order to have a chance to reach those goals. From managing data and raising money to striking the right deals, they need to roll up their sleeves and build out the best system for their industry, writes Devex Editor-in-Chief Raj Kumar from Davos.
Devex speaks to the head of the World Economic Forum's Internet For All initiative about why the group fills a gap in internet access efforts and where it will be focusing its attention in the year ahead.
After a whirlwind of formal speeches and cocktail receptions, the real test of the World Economic Forum's worth for the global development community remains to be seen. Here are the issues that made a splash this year, and what didn’t fare as well.