Rolf Rosenkranz oversees a talented team of in-house journalists, correspondents and guest contributors located around the globe. Since joining Devex in early 2008, Rolf has been instrumental in growing its fledgling news operation into the leading online source for global development news and analysis. Previously, Rolf was managing editor at Inside Health Policy, a subscription-based news service in Washington. He has reported from Africa for the Johannesburg-based Star and its publisher, Independent News & Media, as well as the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, a German daily.
Jho Low's beaming smile, business acumen and deep pockets have endeared him to movers and shakers from Hollywood to Wall Street and beyond, and with his takeover of IRIN, the humanitarian news service, he's ready to shake up international development cooperation. How? An exclusive interview.
Ange Kagame isn't just Rwanda's "first daughter" — the budding philanthropist is part of a new generation of leaders ready to transform Africa. What's her vision for the continent's future? An interview by Rolf Rosenkranz.
Young people hold the key to our future — and they are making a difference today. To recognize young leaders in international development and showcase ways to empower the next generation, Devex is launching Youth Will today.
Canada's foreign aid chief was in Washington Friday to listen, learn and leverage his political clout to advance Canadian business interests with the World Bank. Which corporate leaders were part of his delegation?
Movers and shakers in the international development community will be gathering in Naypyitaw this weekend for the third Myanmar Development Cooperation Forum to talk about the country's development situation, challenges and future. Where is Myanmar's development future headed?
The sobering news came via email: Employees of International Relief and Development learned on Monday that their biggest donor had suspended the U.S. nonprofit from winning new business — shortly after IRD leaders got notice from their partners in government.
No bold pledge resembling 2013's to end extreme poverty in two decades: U.S. President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night didn't serve up much on international development cooperation.