An Italian entrepreneur has developed a potentially revolutionary computer to provide vital services to the developing world.
A list of some of this week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
David Simms, former president and global chief development officer of Opportunity US, on using microfinance to break the cycle of poverty.
A group of 5 Maasai women are responsible for installing and maintaining solar power for 60 homes in Kenya's Mara Naboisho Conservancy.
The World Bank's Listening to Africa programme helps complement traditional surveys with mobile data on health, welfare and poverty.
MIT professor Oral Buyukozturk develops technology for sustainable infrastructure projects.
Pooling resources and knowledge has the potential to improve our ability to tackle disease, argue the authors.
New sources of data and ways of learning from them can be immensely successful in motivating change.
Former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt discusses her new role as the head of Save the Children International.
Drones are providing the Filipino government with valuable data to make decisions about public infrastructure development.
The authors look at recent case studies, arguing that agricultural growth is crucial for reducing poverty in Africa.
Rural climate justice has four key elements.that aim to protect the poorest and most vulnerable.
Mexico City is asking its nearly 9 million residents to help draft a new constitution through social media.
A list of some of this week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion, featuring our series, Beyond GDP.
Latin America has been hit hard by falling commodity prices and balance sheet exposure to the appreciation of the U.S. dollar. It's time to go back to basics.