By Michael Igoe
News analysis: US aid budget
U.S. President Barack Obama’s relatively flat foreign aid budget request for fiscal year 2015 is more than meets the eye. Devex reporter Michael Igoe crunched the numbers, dug deep into each provision and analyzed priority areas. Find out more.
By Paul Stephens
News analysis: World Bank reform
The World Bank plans to appoint this month new senior directors for global practices, an important milestone in President Jim Kim’s ambitious reform agenda. Here are our 5 tips on what you should expect from the new hires, whose performance is expected to determine the success or failure of the bank’s reorganization.
By Carlos Santamaria
After Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway, now Sweden also withdraws its direct budget support for Uganda after the government passed a law targeting homosexuals. Will other countries follow suit? Share your thoughts.
By Adva Saldinger
International Women's Day
It’s a very busy week of conversations, conferences and announcements ahead of International Women's Day. What's the buzz in New York? Devex reporter Adva Saldinger brings you the highlights.
By Lean Alfred Santos
A week after taking over from Andrew Buckley, new Cardno CEO Michael Renshaw has big plans for the organization. In an exclusive interview with Devex, he discusses expanding consultancy services in infrastructure, environmental management and development work in previously underserved markets.
By Lean Alfred Santos, Jenny Lei Ravelo
The Global Fund has just finalized the components of its new funding model, including the initial allocations for 2014-2016. But before its full rollout, what has the organization learned from the previous year? We find out.