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DevexHow individuals are investing in solar energy for Africa

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New ethical financing platforms say they have the answer for frustrated investors as well as for small Africa-focused solar businesses — but some industry observers are skeptical.

DevexInteractive: Analyzing the EU budget

20 September 2019

We look at the budgets of the European Union and European Development Fund in this interactive analysis, with insights into development and humanitarian program delivery supported by the European Commission.

DevexQ&A: What it takes to shift the power for women humanitarians

20 September 2019

Sharon Bhagwan Rolls, a self-proclaimed "feminatrian," discusses how she is building capacity for women in the Pacific to take a real leadership role in humanitarian responses.

DevexBoehler sails through hearing for top job at new US DFC

20 September 2019

Adam Boehler, President Donald Trump's nominee for CEO of the new U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, was asked few questions at his Senate confirmation hearing Thursday.

DevexAt age 74, the UN wants to be young again

19 September 2019

Short-term contracts and hierarchical workplace structures are among the reasons some young people are looking beyond the U.N. for their next career move. U.N. employees explain what's already happening to make the organization a better place for junior-level staff — and what more is needed.

DevexDemocratic lawmakers slam White House budget office for obstructing aid funds

19 September 2019

In a strongly worded letter, Reps. John Yarmuth and Nita Lowey condemned the White House Office of Management and Budget's "unlawful agenda" of interference in U.S. foreign aid spending.

DevexQ&A: The private sector's role in getting improved seeds to farmers

19 September 2019

Across Africa, researchers are developing more durable seed varieties, but getting them to fields remains a challenge. The private sector can help, says Joseph DeVries of the Seed Systems Group.

DevexHuman rights should be center of climate crisis action, new movement says

19 September 2019

Ahead of the Climate Action Summit, more than 200 representatives of leading environmental and human rights groups met in New York to spark what they hope will become an international movement.

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DevexHow individuals are investing in solar energy for Africa

20 September 2019

New ethical financing platforms say they have the answer for frustrated investors as well as for small Africa-focused solar businesses — but some industry observers are skeptical.

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DevexOpinion: The hidden drain on universal health coverage gains and health care budgets

19 September 2019

The availability of poor-quality medicines undermines efforts toward universal health coverage and is a drain on already limited health budgets, with global estimates of its economic toll ranging as high as $200 billion every year. Research from the Promoting the Quality of Medicines program sheds light on this issue.