As 3,000 leaders and advocates head to Dubai this weekend for the Global Education & Skills Forum 2019, Devex rounds up the topics to keep an eye on.
- DevexOpinion: The potential for an SDG mobilization conduit
- DevexQ&A: Why the world needs science and partnerships to tackle TB
- DevexNFL player Chris Long on advocacy and the role of influencers
- DevexAdvocates call out lack of diversity in global development
- DevexOpinion: Education sector must align, accelerate, and account for efforts...
- DevexGESF: What to watch at the 'Davos of education'
Save the Children's Joseph Nhan-O'Reilly explores recent developments in education financing and makes the case for a Global Education Funding Forum to advance efforts toward achieving SDG 4 — inclusive and equitable quality education for all by 2030.
The U.K. aid department may offer 10 percent of its U.K. workforce to other government departments scrambling to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
We will not achieve inclusive development without workforce representation, advocates say.
Water scarcity can strain food production systems and fuel conflict in fragile states. There are multiple ways the U.S. can help refocus global attention on access to water, according to the lead author of the Chicago Council report.
In recognition of World Water Day, two WASH experts examine how looking at water through the gender lens can help address broader parity issues.
Chris Long founded Waterboys in 2015 and has since helped raise funds to provide more than 200,000 people with drinking water. Devex sat down with him ahead of World Water Day to get his insights on working with influencers and what it's like to partner with USAID.
In northeast Kenya, security threats have undermined nutrition supplement deliveries — and left mothers wondering when the next shipment will arrive. This is part of our six-piece Failed Aid series, which investigates citizen reports on failed or unfinished aid projects in Africa.