COVID-19 set back progress on poverty, hunger and inequality –and we're off track to meet many SDGs. Now, the climate crisis threatens to make it worse.
What's it like battling COVID and providing healthcare and other support in India? Radio Davos hears from the 'social entrepreneurs' rising to the challenge.
Child mortality has seen a steady decline thanks to improvements in nutrition, healthcare, housing and education. But, millions of children still die prematurely each year.
Progress toward the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals has been halted or even reversed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Blindness and poverty are both and cause and a consequence of each other, but breaking the cycle requires complex strategies that go far beyond funding.
COVID-19 has exacerbated hunger and poverty in India. Solutions should address food insecurity now and provide livelihood opportunities for the future.
Ending hunger and poverty and improving health for everyone are what most people want around the world, a new global survey has found.
Societal platforms are shared public goods with open digital infrastructure, promoting access to education, health and economic participation at scale.
Cities are experiencing around 15 to 25% less revenue during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what competitive cities are doing to weather the crisis.
The Hollywood star has been getting water to the world's poorest for 15 years. He and fellow founder of water.org Gary White spoke to Radio Davos.
A successful approach is being used to tackle extreme poverty in Brazil. It can be used as a model.
The pandemic could push another 200 million people into extreme poverty unless action is taken to accelerate development efforts, according to a UN report.
COVID-19 has left a $4 trillion shortfall in funding needed for developing nations to meet the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, but OECD chief Angel Gurría believes we can still mee...
The death of a homeless man in the Netherlands prompted a young designer to act.
To support vulnerable households and communities through this pandemic, we need to deliver a temporary basic income and universal healthcare. Here's why