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The crisis in northeastern Nigeria is man-made, but the solutions are too
Lake Chad: building walls or bridges?
In Nigeria and the Lake Chad region today, unbeknownst to the world, some 11 million people need emergency relief
Is communication of Africa's new development agenda fit for purpose?
"What if you had an excellent plan for ending global poverty and protecting the environment, but few people seemed to care?"
Working with national social protection systems to fight hunger
As most natural disasters are predictable to some extent, it makes sense to invest into government social protection schemes to build their long-term resilience
When it comes to our health, we have no time to waste
Scientific community needs to fill gaps left by apathetic leadership as climate change imperils people's health
Is there a role for climate finance in combating global poverty?
International public finance aimed at adapting to effects of climate change does not prioritise countries most vulnerable to it
Bringing solar out of the shadows
Tanzania needs huge levels of finance to meet its energy requirements, but funding commitments fall far short