When we talk about improving women's health — specifically reproductive health — we can't leave out abortion. Anu Kumar, president and CEO of Ipas, explains why, and how it can be effective.
All actors should be able to perform to their role: the only approach that will help Europe address global challenges, writes EBRD's Suma Chakrabarti.
How can fourth industrial revolution technology power progress in achieving UHC? BroadReach’s Dr. John Sargent shares the lessons learned.
School feeding programs have long-lasting benefits for individuals, communities, and countries where they are implemented, writes the Global Child Nutrition Forum's Arlene Mitchell. Here's how school meals could help reap rewards across several of the SDGs.
It is time to redouble efforts and investments in HIV prevention. In this opinion piece, AVAC Executive Director Mitchell Warren celebrates 2020 as the year of diverse, brave, activist leadership in HIV — from the grassroots to Geneva — and takes a look at its impact.
With potential new HIV treatment options on the horizon, how can a successful transition between regimens be secured at a country and local level? Drawing on its role in a recent transition to TLD, Chemonics shares its advice.
As the five-year mandate comes to an end, Neven Mimica, European commissioner for international cooperation and development, reflects here on his time in office.
We are at a crunch point in the fight against HIV. How can the international community step up to meet UNAIDS targets? Global Fund's Peter Sands shares his thoughts on how progress can, and should, be made.
The former chief economist for DFID argues that donors need to support strategic digital plans for lower-income countries in order to make meaningful impact for the world’s poorest people.