The U.K. government unveiled plans over the weekend to maintain duty-free and quota-free access to the British market for the 48 least developed countries after Brexit. Insiders offer Devex insight into what DfID's economic development strategy might look like going forward.
As the San Francisco-based nonprofit organization looks toward the next billion, it is evolving in a few key ways, framing its work as funding the next generation of entrepreneurs.
The daughter of U.S. President Donald Trump will lead the U.S. delegation at the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit, according to Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Devex sat down with Werner Hoyer, the president of the European Investment Bank, to talk about how the "crowding-in bank" is leveraging its funds to attract private investment and what lessons it has learned in nearly 60 years of multiplying public resources.
At a government hospital in the northern Indian state of Haryana, a public-private partnership is working to bring high-end diagnostic services to those who previously couldn't afford it, or lacked access. It's here where technology is enabling the state's best radiologists to connect with patients in far-flung areas.
India's 800,000-strong community health workforce has been vital to achieving crucial improvements in maternal and child health. But advocates worry their payscales are incentivizing family planning choices that aren't always in patients' interests.
Sometimes, it's the simple tasks that can make or break your chances in securing that ADB consulting contract, as Devex learned in conversation with a procurement specialist at the multilateral institution.
A leading figure in the fight against poverty is taking on a new job, a "fearless" woman is joining the Ford Foundation, and a former U.S. official who joined academia is returning to the nonprofit sector in this month's executive appointments.
For two decades Mark Dybul has been at the center of a transformation in how the world fights infectious disease. As he steps away from the Global Fund, Dybul still believes people can triumph over the three plagues of AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.