What If Women Drove The Product Journey?

By Michelle Milford Morse and Carolyn Hart on August 2, 2019

Questions asked and answered at the 2019 Women Deliver conference  Earlier this summer, we hosted a session about women’s health, …

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A Year On, Ebola Still Rages

By Rachel Smidt on August 1, 2019

Exactly one year ago, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) declared an outbreak of the Ebola virus in the country’s …

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Protectors of Progress: Rapelang Paves The Way For Tech Entrepreneurs

By MJ Altman and Chandler Green on July 30, 2019

  Rapelang Rabana knows she’s not your “typical” computer scientist. The Botswana-born South African is just one of a growing …

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(S)Heroes of the UN Tackle the World’s Toughest Challenges

By Jenni Lee on July 23, 2019

Stopping the spread of dangerous nuclear materials. Leading scientific work at the world’s top health organization. And protecting children in …

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The Missing Piece of Climate Action: Supporting the Leadership of Girls and Women

By Michelle Milford Morse on July 16, 2019

To change everything, we need everyone – and that means we need to harness the wisdom and leadership of girls …

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Equality Renewed: 5 Things to Know about the Vote on the UN Independent Watchdog for LGBTI Human Rights

By Ryan Kaminski on July 15, 2019

In a highly anticipated vote on July 12, the top human rights body at the United Nations, the Human Rights …

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9 Reasons We Need Progress on Climate Action and the Sustainable Development Goals

By Chandler Green on July 11, 2019

Leading medical and health organizations are calling climate change a “health emergency.” Scientists are warning that climate change is a …

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The Sustainable Development Goals in 2019: People, Planet, Prosperity in Focus

By Kaysie Brown and Krista Rasmussen on July 9, 2019

Problems get a lot of news coverage, but just as deserving of attention are the plans to fix them. In …

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