Gabriella Jóźwiak

Devex
@GabriellaJ

Gabriella Jóźwiak is an award-winning journalist based in London. Her work on issues and policies affecting children and young people in developing countries and the U.K. has been published in national newspapers and magazines. Having worked in-house for domestic and international development charities, Jóźwiak has a keen interest in organizational development, and has worked as a journalist in several countries across West Africa and South America.

Latest Articles

Could a global register of aid workers prevent sexual abuse?
12 Oct 2018

The U.K. government has proposed a global register of aid workers as a way of bolstering safeguarding in the sector — but how would it work in practice?

How to partner with the private sector: Lessons from CARE International
23 Oct 2017

In 2013, Barclays, GlaxoSmithKline, and CARE International embarked on a collaboration to bring affordable health care to rural Zambia. Devex takes a look inside the partnership and the lessons learned about what made it work.

Former DFID political adviser on UK aid direction and his new role at Plan
11 May 2017

Simon Bishop, former special political adviser to the United Kingdom Secretary of State for International Development, is settling into his new role as a director at Plan International U.K. He spoke to Devex about U.K. aid policy and his vision for Plan.

Restless Development chief to step down
27 Apr 2017

After seven years at the helm of Restless Development, Nik Hartley will step down as chief executive officer beginning March 2018.

Could unemployed youth solve the health care worker crisis?
24 Apr 2017

Forty million new health and social care jobs must be created by 2030 to achieve universal health coverage. At the same time, global youth unemployment has reached 71 million. Could the two problems be used to solve each other?

3 global development organizations 'bringing charity home'
14 Mar 2017

Faced with rising xenophobia and increased numbers of migrants heading to the West, these traditionally international organizations are scaling operations in places traditional global development organizations don't typically tread.

Maldives leaves the Commonwealth
21 Dec 2016

The Maldives left the Commonwealth in late November, forfeiting development assistance and representation in the G-20, but the Maldives' government claims the assistance wasn't much help for the issues they're facing.

Bond denies DfID funding will decide its future
5 Dec 2016

Rumors of Bond for International Development's financial difficulty are true, but the 475-member U.K. aid body says it isn't going anywhere, even if new DfID funding doesn't come through.

As health markets develop, partnerships will drive sustainability
14 Nov 2016

With populations in developing countries set to rise and health needs changing, health markets must adapt and find new, sustainable models to meet this increased and different demand. Devex heard from leaders across sectors about how domestic funding is an important part of the solution.

Going for broke — why investing in the unbanked shows a good return
7 Nov 2016

Delivering economic empowerment and financial inclusion to people in underdeveloped countries could fuel improvements across development goals. But there is no one-size-fits-all solution for this potential cure-all. Devex speaks to Eileen Hoffman, director of the economic growth and trade practice at Chemonics, about what development practitioners should focus on in projects to deliver economic empowerment.