A campaign around child rights successfully engaged millions of young people on the popular social media app, even as TikTok itself has come under fire for failing to protect children and teenagers.
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- A deepening relationship between impact investing and the SDGs
Food security issues are expected to be increasingly exacerbated by climate change, causing challenges of overconsumption, environmental degradation, and underproduction. Can a multistakeholder approach help tackle the problems?
A new company backed by the British government is channeling support to energy transmission and distribution in sub-Saharan Africa, an area traditionally neglected by investors, experts say.
The program will work closely with just three governments a year, aiming to reach full primary school enrollment.
At the annual Global Steering Group for Impact Investment's summit, one theme keeps appearing — a growing effort to link impact investing to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Sanitation workers in low- and middle-income countries often lack safety equipment, labor rights, and social protection.
A new development impact bond looks to prove that market-based approaches can help eliminate open defecation and that nonconcessional investments have a role to play.
USAID Administrator Mark Green and presidential adviser Ivanka Trump on Monday launched $10 million in new partnerships and activities for the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
The UN Technology Bank's managing director, Joshua Phoho Setipa, explains why engagement to help close the digital divide in least-developed countries is becoming increasingly important.
The new pricing structure is expected to benefit more vulnerable countries such as small island developing states, provide additional income to the bank's technical assistance funds, and expand ADB's lending capacity. However, it will only apply to loans starting in 2021.