In 2009, several developed countries pledged to mobilize $100 billion every year by 2020 to support climate action in the developing world. What has happened to this promise, more than five years since? Renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs gives us the inside track.
Cecil the lion has become a cause célèbre for anti-poaching advocates. He could also be the mascot for socially responsible corporate supply chains.
The new Energize Learning project in Ghana shows us how one global confectionery company is working with the national government and nonprofit sector to invest in the future of one of its largest developing country suppliers.
Despite not having targets since December 2013, PEPFAR has continued to deliver services and save more lives. So why then do targets matter? A joint op-ed from policy leaders at five NGOs.
United Nations Volunteer Executive Director Richard Dictus shares why he believes volunteers can help lead the changes required to achieve the sustainable development goals.
For the past five years, Jennifer Johnston has dedicated her time in building advocacy group CEVHAP. How was she able to get much-needed resources to increase hepatitis awareness among the global development community?
FXB founder Albina du Boisrouvray talks with Devex about why she believes an integrated approach to development can move the world closer to ending extreme poverty.
The Millennium Challenge Corp. has pledged new funds to support public-private partnerships worldwide. The commitment represents a new financing platform for the bilateral donor, which supports pre-project feasibility and due diligence.
Russia’s increasingly restrictive laws concerning civil society have claimed its first “official” victim. What does it mean to be named an “undesirable” organization and how will these laws affect civil society in the country in the long run? We asked several experts to find out.
Governments need to get into the driver's seat and take a systemic approach to addressing health systems strengthening and coordination of partners to improve national health care systems, writes supply chain management expert Pamela Steele in this guest commentary.