Direct Relief completed its new 155,000-square-foot headquarters in California in 2018. Devex visited the facility to find out how the nonprofit approaches disaster response.
In Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar, Clowns Without Borders fills a crucial gap in education and laughter in Rohingya camps.
In a process one expert described as "another nail in the coffin for the World Bank," the presidential nomination window closed Thursday with only the Trump administration's candidate — U.S. Treasury official David Malpass.
For the third consecutive year, the Trump administration's budget proposes cuts to global development funding — as well as policy changes related to U.S. aid reorganization. Devex scoured the 150-page document so you don't have to.
Digital identification systems have become an international development priority. Now, NGOs, donors, and tech actors seek to strike a balance between doing no harm and leaving no one behind.
Job insecurity, layers of protocols and procedures, and competing for budget are some of the challenges faced by ministers. Here are some tips on how to succeed in the job.
Data science can help global development organizations achieve their goals, but where to begin? Jake Porway, head of DataKind, shares how he scopes and designs data science to help solve "wicked problems."
Devex takes a look at some of the global development fellowship programs for aspiring practitioners, policymakers, and leaders.
Devex catches up with Mats Granyrd, director general at the trade body for mobile network operators GSMA, to find out how the global development community can effectively partner to bring network connectivity to the last mile.
Artificial intelligence is making its place in global development. Here are three recommendations to ensure AI works for the sector, not against it.