A session at the 2021 Skoll World Forum explored how external funders can navigate partnerships with governments to scale impactful innovation in the public sector.
Ann Mei Chang reflected on learnings from her time leading the U.S. Global Development Lab at a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee hearing on the role of innovation in development policy.
The World Health Organization’s latest "Antibacterial Pipeline Report" shows only 43 antibiotics in clinical development. As initiatives scramble to fill the gap, experts worry it won't be enough.
President Joe Biden said early Friday he would keep the U.S. refugee cap at the 15,000 figure set by former President Donald Trump — then vowed to increase it, following blowback from NGOs.
Though some organizations have told Devex they were warned against discussing cuts publicly, an FCDO official now says it won't jeopardize their standing with the department.
In today's Newswire: Venezuela’s vaccine rollout is caught in a political power struggle, global health’s colonialism problem, and development banks’ climate alignment.
Space technologies are everywhere, but Earth observation has some catching up to do if it’s to go mainstream. Now, this might just be happening, writes UNOSAT’s Einar Bjørgo.
The world's top multilateral development banks are after a common deliverable on climate finance in 2021.
Vision loss disproportionately impacts disadvantaged communities in hard-to-reach areas. Enlisting local faith communities could help, according to Greg Wiens of Global Vision 2020.
The CEO of Lever for Change spoke at the Skoll World Forum about her experience with "big bet" philanthropy — large grants intended to catalyze meaningful social change.