Aid effectiveness and government investments directly shape the amount and quality of funding for reproductive health.
The 17th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP17) opened in Durban today with a very strong statement on women
More than 400 young people from all over the world gathered at the University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa this week for the 7th Conference of Youth. The Conference of Youth is about bringing together youth from all over the world who are passionate about sustainability and climate change. It’s a place to connect, share skills and build a movement.
Last week I got ripped off, but for the first time, I’m happy about it. They didn’t just steal my wallet and phone—they took something that me and a team of people spent months to create.
This week, the birth of a baby somewhere took the world population past the 7 billion mark. That’s something to celebrate. Few thought the world could sustain that many people, ever – yet here we are.
There’s no one way to suddenly cut carbon emissions, but better family planning where it’s most needed is a cost-effective start.
If you haven’t heard by now, the world is adding its seven billionth person on Oct. 31, 2011.
Often the best advocacy efforts result in no headlines—meaning that you saved something from being cut or undermined. So in the end, the story is that there is no story.
I just had my annual exam. Yes, that annual exam, ladies. Aside from the normal things you would discuss with your midwife — how’s the IUD treating you? how’s your 15-month-old? — we also talked shop.
What Washington insider–or aspiring insider like myself–doesn’t relish the chance to be in the same room with Secretary Clinton, The Honorable Tom Ridge, NBC’s Chuck Todd, and World Bank President Bob Zoellick to talk policy?