ICTDev Pulse

Breakfast with explorers

I’m sitting on the top deck of a 747 after British Airways kindly decided to upgrade me to First Class. After a week in Washington DC it feels like a fitting – if not fortunate – end to a crazy and hugely productive, thought-provoking few days.

Connecting Refugees in Jordan with Quality Education

More than a third of all Syrian refugee children in Jordan remain out of school, according to the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), and many others struggle to complete their education because of psychological trauma, financial pressures to work,

Tool Helps Prioritize Vulnerable Households in Uganda, Lesotho, and South Sudan

Today, the Day of the African Child, we focus on the needs of vulnerable children on the continent and a success taking place right now, through adaptation of a tool built for one country being applied in two more to help children.The succes

Africa Will Be Short 6 Million Health Workers by 2030

Sub-Saharan African populations and economies are growing at unprecedented speed with a population growth of 2.7% annually and 
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