At a time of when countries are becoming more inward-looking, when other priorities dominate political discourse, additional funds may not be forthcoming for development cooperation.
Fifteen years after the US invasion to oust the Taliban the country remains reliant on international aid and faces a resurgent militant threat.
Kenya’s rift valley boasts a mind-blowing safari landscape.
In this edition of Learning World, we visited both northern Rwanda and southern Brazil to examine a question that faces families the world over –
Transforming agriculture from a subsistence activity into a driver of development and growth
There is an increase in migratory pressure to Europe which could be easily handled by the 28 if they could get their act together as a group
The African economy is gearing up a notch, and now as the continent has to work together to make the most of it, Morocco is positioning itself as a
A shortfall in funding has forced the UN agency in Gaza (UNWRA) to suspend aid to tens of thousands of Palestinians for repairs to homes damaged in
the global conversation
Philippe Douste-Blazy is a former minister in the French government and President of UNITAID. He wants to eradicate extreme poverty and raise
As evidence grows suggesting that global warming is accelerating, more climate change talks take place in Warsaw. Negotiators are still poles
This edition of Learning World looks at the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which include getting all the world’s primary aged children into
A eurosceptic British Member of the European Parliament has defended a comment he made about foreign aid being sent to “Bongo Bongo Land”.
These are some of the questions you asked Craig Calhoun:
1- Did the US respond adequately to Haiti’s earthquake?
2- Was Hurricane Katrina a turning