We're turning mines to vines that truly build roots of peace by making farmland usable again.
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It is not surprising that the power of technology available to support post-conflict humanitarian action vastly surpasses the ability of governments, ...
Simply put, America needs not to abandon foreign aid because if it did so, it would forfeit leadership.
Seven years ago this month, Liberia saw the end of 14 years of civil war. But, as the fog of war lifted, it revealed a country with no schools and no jobs.
Violence is the antithesis of development. It tears down what's been built up. It destroys lives, shortens horizons, and inflicts huge psychological and physical pain.
This post originally appeared on the World Bank's Conflict & Development Blog on September 14, 2010.
Last Tuesday (Sept. 7), the Grand Hyatt Washingt...
Land restitution is the ultimate goal in the protection of land that has been lost due to displacement.
Haiti was on a slow road to recovery when the quake hit. For many Haitians their nation's double tragedy is far from over. Although there are signs of hope and improvement.
I am now traveling with 19 Global Philanthropy Forum (GPF) members. We will be learning what we can do in Liberia and reporting to you along the way.
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