Key multilateral development institutions are partnering to make sustainable energy a priority in Latin America. Find out about a new UNDP, IDB and ECLAC partnership.
Officials from the U.S. Department of State travel to Silicon Valley this week to speak with IT sector leaders and their related philanthropies about their role in the Ebola recovery. How can Silicon Valley help?
The Mandala Foundation was one of the first development groups to lose funding from the Australian government, shortly after massive aid cuts were announced. How was it able to maintain operations? We spoke with the foundation's former president.
How can health advocates boost financing for noncommunicable diseases? What financing models can they use, and why? These are the questions a group of technical experts will discuss and explore this week in Geneva, WHO officials told Devex.
With myriad restrictions, the U.S. Agency for International Development appears to be micromanaging its programs. Devex shared views on how contracts should be implemented and results evaluated.
With a new licensing agreement, makers of generic drugs can now develop and sell a pediatric HIV drug to low- and middle-income countries. We reached out to the Medicines Patent Pool to give you the inside track into what this deal means for the global HIV and AIDS fight.
Can Gen Y, a food truck and social media help rally support for Australia's foreign aid program? More than 50 aid organizations test this unique combination in a new campaign, Devex has learned.
IRD has announced further staff cuts as it prepares to respond to U.S. allegations of mismanaged foreign aid funds. Why the layoffs? We asked the NGO's new president and CEO.