describes a paper where cash transfers have positive impacts on economic and psychological outcomes while a psychotherapy intervention has none

Markus Goldstein |

Menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) can increase female empowerment at a critical stage of a girls’ life. Evidence shows that multi-sectoral solutions yield the most impact.

Jennifer J. Sara, Caren Grown, Sarah Keener, Gaia Hatzfeldt, Gloria Kuoh |

How do we reduce waste woes in Wajir? Revamping existing on-site sanitation systems to achieve universal and safe sanitation

Rachel Abbott |

Many countries in Africa are undertaking reforms in the management of public investments to support competitiveness and service delivery outcomes. Kenya is reviewing its public investment…

Onur Erdem, Claire Davanne |

Industry leaders from Costa Rica, Jordan, Kenya and Sri Lanka share their insights on how they see the way forward for tourism.

Mari Elka Pangestu |

In 2020, the economies of Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia together grew by 0.88%, despite the significant downside risks precipitated by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and the…

Deborah Wetzel |

While strengthening the public health sector delivery capabilities and domestic resource mobilization remains a priority, private providers also play a key role in serving a sizable proportion of…

Sneha Kanneganti |

Many of you will be familiar with the Lost Boys of Sudan. Children, most as young as six or seven, who fleeing civil war some 30 years ago walked more than 1000 miles, with only half of them…

Utz Pape, Theresa Beltramo |

Will COVID-19 further slow progress toward universal access to clean cooking — a key target of Sustainable Development Goal 7? This blog post delves into this important question by reporting the…

Yabei zhang, Zijun Li |

Today, after 25 years of progress reducing global poverty, we are at a precarious moment. Poverty is on the rise. The pandemic is estimated to have increased the number of people living in extreme…

Juergen Voegele |