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Green infrastructure is inspired and supported by nature. Here’s how we can use it to encourage sustainable development.
Refugees and other affected populations could help guide humanitarian aid through chatbots. Here’s how.
Infrastructure needs around the world are great. But how can we ensure women’s perspectives reach this traditionally male-dominated field?
Following the announcement of UNOPS new partnership with IOTA, we caught up with our resident blockchain expert to hear more about the collaboration, and the exciting potential distributed ledger technology (DLT) could have for enhancing UNOPS operations.
Renewable energy has long been heralded as the solution for providing hard-to-reach communities with electricity. But how can we ensure that it’s sustainable?
The importance of home-grown leadership in international development shouldn’t be underestimated. Here’s why.
When it comes to social housing, accounting for context isn’t always a priority. But it should be.
Blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin, could lead the fight against inefficient aid distribution. Here’s how.
Are disasters catastrophic events that cause extensive damage or loss of life? Not exactly. Here’s what they are, and how to build development projects to withstand them.
Multi-stakeholder initiatives: Is this a time for collective governance?
When it comes to peacekeeping missions, engineers are often the last to deploy. They should be the first. Here’s why.
The world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations are the most dependent on public goods and services. They feel the brunt of waste and corruption in public procurement more than anyone else. Here’s how we can contribute to making it better.