Where Silicon Valley meets global development on health and innovation. Read the latest insights and updates to come out of the third edition of our Prescription for Progress event.
- In Brief: Too soon for nutrition pledges, USAID adviser says
- Q&A: A beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency donations
- MP claims UK aid legislation could be pushed through next week, as fears mount...
- France striving to hit 0.7% aid target by 2025
- In Brief: Before merger, UK's FCO spent 10 times more on consultants than DFID
- In Brief: WHO declares El Salvador malaria-free — the first in Central America
600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca-University of Oxford COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Accra, Ghana, on Wednesday, marking the first delivery of doses from the COVAX Facility.
Though government officials have called out the former U.K. aid department's consulting costs, the former Foreign & Commonwealth Office was spending far more on consultants before their merger last year.
El Salvador has had no indigenous malaria transmission over the past three years, according to the World Health Organization.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented time for philanthropy. How can the practice of philanthropy be evolved to more effectively bring communities the help they need? Essilor's Frédéric Corbasson explains.
Governments and other actors should ensure their pandemic responses incorporate the needs of the most vulnerable, including LGBTQ youths. The best way to do this is by listening to them.