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From supporting local teams to setting the right metrics for success, here's what UNICEF has learned from five years of investing in humanitarian tech.
Mobile phones can help vulnerable communities access support during COVID-19 - but too many are still excluded from this vital technology. Here's what needs to change.
Following the explosion in Lebanon's capital, Beirut, on 4 August, multiple countries and international organizations have offered their assistance.
Ahead of World Refugee Day, Young Global Leaders and Global Shapers discussed how to support refugees and asylum seekers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 is affecting the livelihoods of refugees, many of whom only had savings to last them a few days.
Each of us, from CEO to frontline worker, has a role to play in fighting COVID-19 - and by working together, we can emerge stronger and better connected.
The Schwab Foundation will host the newly launched COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs, to help social innovators respond to the pandemic.
Initial reports suggest this approach has provided some stability and may help alleviate some of the expected economic damage from coronavirus.
The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship is helping social innovators respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how you can chip in, right now.
In a disaster, drones have the potential to enable faster and safer delivery of critical medicines and vaccines, bypassing any infrastructure affected.
Without urgent international action the coronavirus crisis will be rampant among the world's most vulnerable in weeks, warns David Miliband, CEO and President of the International Rescue ...
The pandemic threatens charities’ cashflow meaning they may have to lay off staff just when they are needed most. Here’s what we can do to tackle that
Self-isolating may be impossible in developing countries. But this public-health catastrophe in the making is the result of nations remaining isolated from each other for too long.
The world’s most vulnerable countries lack the medical facilities to deal with the inevitable onslaught of coronavirus.
From swarming locusts to the warmest winter on record in Europe and Asia, here are some important stories you may have missed.