Opinion: A World Bank for the new world order

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The Overseas Development Institute's Alex Thier outlines five criteria for selecting the next leader of the World Bank.


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Six global health leaders lay out guiding principles to keep maternal health at the top of the priority list — and maintain momentum — in the effort to achieve universal health coverage.


Opinion: Can tobacco companies contribute to development outcomes?

Tobacco kills up to half its users worldwide but its production supports livelihoods of millions of smallholder farmers. As demand for this cash crop decreases, how do we keep farmers from falling into poverty — and who is responsible?


Opinion: The private sector's role in supporting a disability-inclusive world

Can the private sector provide more than money when it comes to creating a disability-inclusive world? Essilor shares its experiences.


Opinion: Defusing the toxic timebomb of invisible ocean pollutants

The sustainable development of our planet is contingent on working toward — and maintaining — healthy oceans. Two experts from the National Toxics Network and IPEN explain.