Amazonský prales je dílem indiánských zahrádkářů. V džungli žilo deset milionů lidí. Sustainable development goals - United Nations. Český příspěvek k cílům pro udržitelný rozvoj. Solární novinky z Afriky. Solární energie začíná být důležitým faktorem v řadě zemí Afriky.
Databáza publikácií. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The danger of a single story. The lazy person's guide to saving the world - United Nations Sustainable Development. End extreme poverty.
Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Whoa. The Global Goals are important, world-changing objectives that will require cooperation among governments, international organizations and world leaders. It seems impossible that the average person can make an impact. Common Questions. About GiveWell What does GiveWell do?
GiveWell's mission is to find outstanding giving opportunities and publish the full details of our analysis to help donors decide where to give. GiveWell is focused on finding a small number of outstanding giving opportunities, not on reviewing as many charities — or as many causes — as possible. Historically, we have primarily focused on charities working in developing countries. We have not covered charitable causes like the arts, animals, disease-specific research organizations (e.g., Susan G. DATOVÁ ŽURNALISTIKA. Resources. Jak (málo) Česko pomáhá chudým zemím. AfricaCan End Poverty. It's a place of darkness.
How did Sierra Leone provide free health care? On April 27, 2010, Sierra Leone started free health care for pregnant women, new mothers, and young children.
John Donnelly takes an in-depth look at how the war-torn nation managed it. At a dinner during the European Development Days events in Stockholm, Sweden, in October, 2009, Mary Robinson, the former President of Ireland, turned to the gentleman sitting next to her. He was President Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone. The gathering was full of chatter about the emerging global financial crisis and its effect on aid to countries like Sierra Leone, but Robinson, had something else on her mind. Sierra Leone was one of five countries supported by a programme that she had helped to start called the Ministerial Leadership Initiative for Global Health, and she wanted to talk about the country's health system. Květen 2011. Hans Rosling: New insights on poverty. George Ayittey: Africa's cheetahs versus hippos. India Session 4: Reinventing Development. Why does foreign aid fail? Money Pit: The Monstrous Failure of US Aid to Afghanistan.
More than half of Afghanistan’s population is under twenty-five, which shouldn’t be surprising since the average life span there is forty-nine.
But the United States Agency for International Development looked at this group and decided it needed help because, it said, these young people are “disenfranchised, unskilled, uneducated, neglected—and most susceptible to joining the insurgency.” So the agency chartered a three-year, $50 million program intended to train members of this generation to become productive members of Afghan society. Copy of What place does aid and trade play in a nation's development by Yan Tan on Prezi. CBC: Dambisa Moyo on her vision for Africa & what's wrong with aid. Dambisa Moyo: When the markets recover, Africa must be ready.
Since the publication of my book Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How there is Another Way for Africa (Penguin Press) earlier this month, I have received a number of messages both for and against my thesis that aid to Africa has failed, and that an engagement with the markets is the only way to deliver long-term growth and reduce poverty.
Perhaps the most consistent argument against the book is that it was written before the credit crisis, so the main alternatives to aid offered in the book – trade, foreign direct investment and assessing the capital markets by issuing bonds – are no longer valid. However, to adopt this view demonstrates a complete misunderstanding of the global market place. Rather than being an excuse for yet another round of ineffective aid flows, the credit crisis is a unique opportunity for African and international policymakers to change their staid way of thinking about financing Africa's economic development. Billions In Aid Wasted In Afghanistan? American doctor Dave Warner is on a mission in eastern Afghanistan to show people back home how billions of taxpayer dollars sent here are being wasted.
Can aid donors help support LGBT rights in developing countries? Why NGOs need to admit failure. In 2008 a brave non-profit organisation, Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Canada, decided it was time to start sharing their failures so that the non-profit sector could learn from them.
They began publishing an annual Failure Report, and in 2011 we were excited to hear about how this had transpired in an exciting TED Talk by David Damberger, an engineer who worked for EWB. David’s presentation begins with the image of a Malawian man named Anok. Granta 92: The View from Africa. This article was originally published in Granta 92.
Always use the word ‘Africa’ or ‘Darkness’ or ‘Safari’ in your title. Subtitles may include the words ‘Zanzibar’, ‘Masai’, ‘Zulu’, ‘Zambezi’, ‘Congo’, ‘Nile’, ‘Big’, ‘Sky’, ‘Shadow’, ‘Drum’, ‘Sun’ or ‘Bygone’. Also useful are words such as ‘Guerrillas’, ‘Timeless’, ‘Primordial’ and ‘Tribal’. "No Country for Old Hatreds": Wainaina on Kenya. TEDGlobal 2007 speaker Binyavanga Wainaina has an opinion piece in today’s New York Times, “No Country for Old Hatreds,” that offers some backstory on the violent post-election crisis in Kenya.
It’s not about “ancient feuds,” as some pundits have glibly summed it up. As he points out: Five years ago, we voted for a broad and nationally representative government. An interview with Hernando de Soto. Interview transcript Moving the world into the formal economy I am chairman of an organization, a nonprofit organization called the ILD, the Institute for Liberty and Democracy of Peru, that over time has specialized in explaining how you evolve from a society where the majority of trade, business, and assets are controlled through customary—shall we say, through unconventional—systems, rather than through law. How do you take that society and move it to the rule of law? Now that’s something you did, of course, in the United States and Europe, but it was in the 18th and 19th centuries. Munk Debates: A positive message, African stock markets, assets & property rights (6 of 15)
Developing the Development Model: Reengineering Aid for the 21st Century. Videos Developing the Development Model: Reengineering Aid for the 21st Century - 2013 Skoll World Forum Fri, April 12, 2013; 12:30 - 14:15 Location: Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre In an age of instant communication, strong economic growth in the south, and new geopolitical realities, why are we still using a 1960s model for aid? The global community is discussing next generation MDGs and measures for aid effectiveness. Binyavanga Wainaina on aid, power and the politics of development in Africa – video. Rusty Radiator Awards. Aid effectiveness. Historical background The international aid system was born out of the ruins of the Second World War, when the United States used their aid funds to help rebuild Europe. The system came of age during the Cold War era from the 1960s to the 1980s.
During this time, foreign aid was often used to support client states in the developing world. Even though funds were generally better used in countries that were well governed, they were instead directed toward allies. After the end of the Cold War, the declared focus of official aid began to move further towards the alleviation of poverty and the promotion of development.