USAID is looking for new options in nonpermissive environments. One of them involves training development professionals to work alongside military special forces.
Donors have backed the test deployment of drones across a range of use cases — from vaccination transport to blood delivery. Now, seven major donors and international organizations are working to coordinate investments for unmanned aerial systems in global health.
An annual report on the use of antimicrobial agents in animals aims to respond to the deaths of 700,000 people each year that are attributed to drug resistance.
India's decision to rejoin the PISA global education ranking is a good sign, advocates say — but will it have any impact on education reform?
CARE's analysis of the most underreported crises of 2018 shows widespread hunger and displacement in parts of Africa are struggling to draw the attention of Western media.
Ziad Hayek, an expert on public-private partnerships and former investment banker, is the second person to have publicly entered the race for the next World Bank president and the only known challenger to Trump administration nominee David Malpass.
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Eight hundred million people with disabilities live in developing countries. Interim President of the World Bank Group and CEO of the World Bank Kristalina Georgieva weighs in on making disability inclusion the norm rather than the exception.