Young people have a unique perspective on international development. Here are examples of how they are helping Asia and the Pacific deal with COVID-19.
Governments in the region need to invest more in prevention and response to the long-term impacts of disaster displacement.
The cost of disasters far outweighs the resources available for recovery. Microfinance could be one way to fill the funding gap.
For quality evaluations of international development projects and programs to lead to better results, they need to be influential.
The transmission channels of perishables like fruits and vegetables from producers to consumers in developing countries need a revamp to provide benefits to all involved.
Climate-smart and resource-saving farming technologies could be one way to address hunger in Asia.
Millions of Asia’s informal workers – such as vendors, day laborers, and others – are left out of national pension systems. Here’s what we can do to help them in their later years.
Disaster-related displacement is often negative, but can result in more resilient communities under the right circumstances. This can include better management of remittances sent to family members in the disaster zone.
In cities across Asia, air pollution levels are reaching alarming levels. There are workable solutions to cleaning up the air of the region’s urban areas but it will require resolve and innovation.
Teaching science, technology, engineering and math benefits students and society in a variety of ways.