Video interview: Maria Helena Semedo
How are FAO and the European Union working together on property rights and land management, and what does this mean for smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa? We asked the U.N. food agency’s deputy director-general in this video interview.
In the past few years, surveys have become an essential tool for getting better data on HIV and AIDS infection rates. Now it’s time to strengthen the role of surveys in our fight against the disease, two experts write in a blog for the Center for Global Development.
News: Asia-Pacific regional integration
How can the international development community assist Asia-Pacific’s future regional cooperation efforts, and help bridge the inequality gap that’s hampering them? Experts from the Philippines weigh in during an ADB seminar.
Planting trees on its own won’t slow climate change as long as we’re still rapidly burning down forests. So what should you do instead? The Center for Global Development’s Jonah Busch has a few suggestions.
Four years after its first edition in 2010, the second U.S. Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development review will be officially launched on Tuesday. Supporters hope QDDR 2.0 will be more consultative, focused and actionable.
The Asian Development Bank has released its 2013 annual report ahead of next week’s annual meeting in Kazakhstan. How did operations perform and what are the bank’s plans to accelerate development progress in Asia-Pacific?
News: Development impact evaluation
Systematic reviews were key to making medicine more evidence-based in the 1990s, and now researchers hope they can do the same thing for international development.
World Bank spring meetings
Will the World Bank be able to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030? We asked our readers if what the bank is currently doing is enough to accomplish its goal, or the institution needs to take other (bolder) steps.