Overall financing shortfalls, as well as internal U.N. confusion and pushback to some reforms have stymied progress on making the U.N. a more feminist institution, the Feminist U.N. Campaign found.
Instead of applying for asylum, many Venezuelans who have fled the country are opting for other legalization measures offered by regional governments.
This year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, was characterized by the need to translate talk into action. Journalists Catherine Cheney and Adva Saldinger bring you the highlights and explore how the discussions in Davos will impact the global development agenda.
Multisectoral models are key for modern nutritional programming, writes Thomas Schaetzel, director of nutrition at CARE. He provides specific recommendations on how NGOs can support multisectoral efforts to tackle malnutrition.
The two partners' new venture — data.org — announced a $10 million impact challenge to crowdsource data science solutions for the social sector.
While WHO decided not to declare the novel coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency, the risk of the outbreak is "very high," according to WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
The multinational investment bank announced this week that it has created the J.P. Morgan Development Finance Institution, a business division that will use IFC standards to lend money in emerging markets.
How is South Africa leading the way when it comes to tackling TB and its drug-resistant forms? From Johannesburg, Devex takes a look.
The German government is looking to share the risk with the global south for climate-related catastrophes that happen there, building on a model established by the U.K.