An independent inquiry into Oxfam International’s work on safeguarding following the Haiti scandal has reported staff concerns about elitism, racism, sexism, and "colonial behavior."
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government, now in its 26th day, means that many of the government staff working on aid are furloughed.
Tuesday's vote means assurances offered by the EU withdrawal agreement have been lost.
As the U.K. development finance institution ramps up investments in private health care, it wants to understand the impact it has on the broader health ecosystem in lower-income countries.
Aid groups say they remain committed to their work after losing colleagues in Tuesday's attack on the Riverside office complex in the Kenyan capital.
Discussions on privacy, bias, and security need to happen more globally, and at the World Economic Forum meetings in Davos, leaders across sectors can build partnerships to mitigate these risks.
Devex speaks to Nicholas Whyte, a strategist who helped polio advocates win a major pledge from the European Union last year, about the ingredients for success.
As more philanthropists explore opportunities in global health and international development, models such as Co-Impact, which announced its first grants Tuesday, offer new ways for donors to join forces.