Communicating clearly to non nutrition folks is difficult for nutrition folks because the topic is so laden with jargon and the technicalities actually matter. But that is no excuse.
I had been asked by Werner Schultink, UNICEF Nutrition Chief, to speak to the topic of “What does the global community expect of UNICEF? How should it respond?
In order to eliminate extreme poverty, we need to take immediate actions to tackle chronic poverty. What are the potential challenges? How can they be overcome?
If you had to identify the three main policies that you consider key in eradicating extreme poverty, what would they be?
Tackling climate change is one of the most pressing challenges of our age. And this year is a crucial moment with the Conference of the Parties meeting in Parisin December 2015 hopefully to forge a new climate agreement.
A great new book is just out by Morten Jerven called Africa: Why Economists Get it Wrong.
In development communities, it is often said, ‘we don’t know what Japan does’. People in the world think Japan is invisible.
Can social protection lift up households out of poverty sustainably? The keyword of this sentence is ‘sustainably’.
The great earthquake hit the Nepali capital Katmandu at 11:56, April 25 in local time. Within only half day, Japanese organisations have already started emergency assistance.
Facebook has just launched a safety check service for people affected by the great earthquake in Nepal.