Investment in systemic solutions and collaborative, integrated approaches to impact smallholders and save the food they grow, is an imperative, not an option, writes C.D. Glin, associate director at the Rockefeller Foundation, in this exclusive guest commentary.
Can NGOs launch successful, 'viral' advocacy and fundraising campaigns without breaking the bank? A few organizations have proved it can be done. Devex explores some examples of great digital era development campaigns.
We must continue investing in the research and development of promising long-acting prevention methods, writes Emilio Emini, director of HIV at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in this guest column to mark World AIDS Day.
The financing allocated to address gender inequality is a fraction of what is needed globally, according to U.N. Women's Samina Anwar and OECD Development Cooperation Directorate's Emily Esplen. What programs are addressing this gap?
We need an eloquent narrative for what "open data" means and why it matters, writes Omidyar Network's Director of Policy Martin Tisne, in this guest commentary.
To meet global targets and provide the quality care women and girls need and deserve, we need a training transformation, writes Dr. Lia Tadesse Gebremedhin, executive director of CIRHT, in this guest column.
There can be no accountability without parliaments, writes Martin Chungong, secretary general at the Inter-Parliamentary Union, in this exclusive guest column. How can parliaments' role in oversight and accountability be strengthened?
Negotiations in Paris are beginning in earnest. But has the impact of climate change on agriculture been addressed sufficiently in the process that led to COP21? Devex reports from the climate conference.
Haitian community-based organizations at the forefront of sexual and reproductive health services delivery are struggling to address new challenges posed by changing demographics and unfavorable socio-economic conditions.
Where does the world stand against HIV and AIDS, what can we expect from the SDGs and why are middle-income countries a delicate front in the fight to end the deadliest epidemic in known history? Devex speaks with Erin Hohlfelder, policy director for global health at the ONE Campaign.
When it comes to sexual and reproductive health and rights, we need to make the connection between lofty development goals and what's happening on the ground, according to Ann Starrs, president and CEO of the Guttmacher Institute, in this guest commentary.
Germany is both applauded and criticized in a review of German development aid, writes Erik Solheim, chair of the Development Assistance Committee at OECD, in this commentary. How can the country do more, better?
South Korea's ODA to GNI ratio target is set to fall to 0.2 percent until 2020 from the original 0.25 percent target slated this year. Devex spoke to government officials to learn why, and how this will impact the donor's focus countries and programs in the next five years.
The conflict in Darfur will turn 13 years old in 2016. Devex's Jenny Lei Ravelo visited Diraige Camp in South Darfur — and learned the decisions, lives and livelihoods inside the camp are as varied as their inhabitants.