Polio Programs bring Us Closer to Tackling Health Emergencies

By Elizabeth Thrush on April 28, 2021

While COVID-19 still spreads across the world, the need to maintain the fight against polio and other vaccine-preventable diseases goes …

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Uniting to Fight Malaria and Protect the Environment

By Rachel Bridges on April 23, 2021

Global health partners are adapting how they work to care for both communities and the environments in which they live. …

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Say It With Science to Fight Climate Change

By Devin Domeyer on April 16, 2021

When we all understand the facts of climate change, we can work together to find the best solutions. That’s why …

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How Oceans Can Help Us Tackle Climate Change

By UN Foundation and Ocean Conservancy on April 16, 2021

This blog was co-authored by: Susan Ruffo, Senior Adviser for Ocean and Climate, UN Foundation; Justin Kenney, Senior Adviser for …

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Getting everyone a shot at recovery: Readout from the World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings

By Krista Rasmussen on April 13, 2021

Against a backdrop of millions of COVID-19 vaccines being administered and economies on stronger footing, the recent World Bank and …

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Women Shoulder Brunt of COVID-19 Impact

By Sarah Alaoui on April 13, 2021

Women of all backgrounds have been bearing the brunt of COVID-19’s devastating impact. In fact, 70% of all health care …

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Movements and Momentum at the Mexico City Generation Equality Forum

By Stephanie Oula on April 9, 2021

Last week more than 10,000 feminists met — virtually — at the Mexico City Generation Equality Forum (GEF) to rally …

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The United States is Set to Announce an Ambitious 2030 Climate Goal. Here’s why that’s important.

By Ryan Hobert on April 6, 2021

All eyes are on the Biden administration as it prepares to announce its new 2030 greenhouse gas emissions reduction target …

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How the United States and Japan Can Strategically Align on Climate Strategy

By Pete Ogden on April 1, 2021

The UN Foundation’s Vice President for Energy, Climate, and the Environment, Pete Ogden, unpacks how the U.S. and Japan can …

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When Women Lead, True Progress is Possible

By Sarah Alaoui on April 1, 2021

There is no corner of the world in which girls’ and women’s rights and opportunities are equal to those of …

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