I’ve been looking around for a good read for the past several months and finding myself dissatisfied with the airport bookstore.
Ed note. This is a guest post by Gary Darmstadt, who leads the Family Health Division of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Ed note. This is a special guest post from Kolleen Bouchane, Director of ACTION.
Warfare is disruptive. The economist Paul Collier likes to call it “development in reverse.” And one of the way that war erases hard fought social and economic development gains is by interrupting children’s schooling.
Today’s map comes from OCHA. I dare say that this is a huge story that has barely been touched in western media.
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