The United States, the world's largest bilateral aid donor, has made observable progress forging partnerships in the economic growth, trade and entrepreneurship sector. Devex gives you the inside track.
China should recognize the importance of smallholders as fundamental drivers for a change towards more sustainable agriculture, writes Marie-Helene Schwoob, research fellow at the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations in this guest column.
European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides told Devex the refugee crisis in Europe could be a turning point in public-private engagement for aid.
An Overseas Development Institute report demonstrated that — according to best available projections — no Sustainable Development Goals were on target to be met by 2030 and five goals were heading in the wrong direction entirely. How much work is there to be done? Devex talks to the experts.
Crafting the post-2015 development agenda was a messy and overly politicized process that resulted in a muddled set of global goals, writes Eliza Keller, editor-in-chief of the Columbia Journal of International Affairs and a partner at the Truman National Security Project, in this guest commentary.
The Sustainable Development Goals recognize that we need to expand affordable access to information across development priorities. But access alone is not enough, argue IREX's Joel Turner and Amber Ehrke in this exclusive guest commentary.
How did digital data collection in Indonesia help address adolescent reproductive health? In this commentary, Audrey Anderson, senior associate of Plan International USA, discusses the importance of evidence-based and holistic programs.
What is the state of the women's insurance market globally? Thomas Meyer, managing director of Accenture Insurance, looks at the growing importance of this market and how addressing it requires cross-sector collaboration in this guest commentary.
Addressing climate change will be more challenging than ratifying the global goals, write Dalberg Partner Sonila Cook and Associate Partner Varad Pande, in a commentary about the important lessons to be incorporated in the run up to COP21.
Aside from the human cost of Ebola, the Sierra Leone's economy too faces a long road to recovery. Communities were quarantined, businesses shut down, people confined to their homes, bringing the country to a virtual standstill. Devex spoke to CARE about how their poverty-reduction program is bringing some relief.
In the face of a global education crisis the development community must dare to think differently, writes Deirdre White, CEO of PYXERA Global in a guest commentary.
How can business help ensure the Sustainable Development Goals are successful? By working with local organizations and officials to address challenges, writes Steve Green, vice president of policy, government and public affairs for Chevron in this exclusive guest column.