Deafchild Worldwide UK shares how investment in accessible and inclusive education has been a breakthrough for deaf students in India.
By including animals in national disaster risk reduction, preparedness and response plans, we can build community resilience and recover faster in the face of disasters.
In an ever-changing global landscape with increasing development challenges such as rising inequality and poverty, climate vulnerability, human rights violations, and national and international conflicts, leadership is a crucial skill needed to tackle these issues and drive global change for good. The University of Manchester can help.
Youth must be given the platform and support to harness their potential to drive sustainable and meaningful change in development.
Michael Deriaz from Friends of Kipkelion shares how they, and the local community they work with, got girls back into school post-Covid, working with their local partner Kenyan NGO Brighter Communities Worldwide.
Unsustainable systems cause global hunger to persist. But by disrupting those systems, we can create a world without hunger.
Radio Workshop, a youth development NGO working in five countries across Africa, shares its journey of creating its own podcast.
It is feared that countries most affected by poverty, conflict and climate change are on the brink of famine. How can we prevent this?
Chris Dixon from Vodafone Foundation on why he is optimistic that more equitable philanthropy can and will take root.