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Daniel Sinnathamby
Daniel Sinnathamby is the regional humanitarian coordinator for Oxfam in Southern Africa. >Innovators >People
"The Third World War Will be About Water"  
Amrita Gupta 04/28/16
Rajendra Singh, known as the "water man of India," believes that critically depleted aquifers around the world can be revived with community effort. >Ideas >Innovations
Unsustainable Development Goals?   Transcript
Ngaire Woods advocates cash transfers for the poor, instead of complicated and inefficient aid programs. >Ideas >Commentary
Managing the Politics of Water   Transcript
Prince El Hassan bin Talal & Sundeep Waslekar highlight the importance of careful stewardship in preventing conflict and promoting prosperity. >Ideas >Commentary
Solar Power Is Booming in India. Will It Reach the People Who Need It Most?   Transcript
As renewable energy ramps up, entrepreneurs work to bring its benefits to the 300 million citizens who lack electricity in India. >Ideas >Commentary
EGPAF Fights the Double Burden of HIV and Cervical Cancer in Lesotho   Transcript
A new cervical cancer screening program in Lesotho is making headway against this deadly epidemic. >Ideas >Commentary
Play! A Bottom-Up Design Process in Lebanon   Transcript
CatalyticAction is in the process of developing playgrounds for refugee children to close the education gap. >Ideas >Commentary
The Emergence of Subversive Charities in China   Transcript
A new type of charity has emerged in China that is able to sidestep some of the controls that the government places on NGOs. >Ideas >Commentary
Southern Africa, a Region Chronically at Risk   Transcript
Irene Pedruelo, Daniel Sinnathamby 01/25/16
Southern Africa is preparing for a humanitarian disaster. Daniel Sinnathamby, regional humanitarian coordinator for Oxfam in the region, talks about the circumstances that are making this year especially challenging. >Ideas >Commentary
From Child Slavery to Freedom   Transcript
Kailash Satyarthi explains why 5.5 million kids remain in servitude—and what must be done to end the practice. >Ideas >Commentary
Putting Children at The Center of the end of AIDS   Transcript
Despite the global effort to scale up antiretroviral therapy for HIV/AIDS treatment, children have largely been left behind. >Ideas >Commentary
Are Non-Profits Getting in the Way of Social Change?   Transcript
Solving major social problems is now possible, but not unless the organizations that have been most responsible for making a difference change significantly. >Ideas >Commentary
"World Hunger: Ten Myths" by Frances Moore Lappé and Joseph Collins   Transcript
Amrita Gupta 01/04/16
Chapter by chapter, Frances Moore Lappé and her co-authors demolish the myths that have long prevented us from addressing hunger, and examine the policies that keep people from feeding themselves. >Ideas >Commentary
Making Big Bets for Social Change   Transcript
Why does such a large gap exist between what donors say they would like to achieve with their philanthropy and where they actually make their biggest bets? And how can we close it? >Ideas >Commentary
Putting Public Health on the Map   Transcript
Christopher J. Murray explains how geospatial mapping can improve the measurement and management of local disease burdens. >Ideas >Commentary
The Internet of Things Is Now a Thing   Transcript
Several ventures now under way in developing countries show how networks of connected machines can drive economic growth. >Ideas >Commentary
A Fish Called Development   Transcript
A call for world leaders to eliminate harmful fisheries subsidies at the World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in December. >Ideas >Commentary
Can Human-Centered Design "Fix" Humanitarian Aid?  
Julia Taylor Kennedy 10/05/15
Design thinking has emerged as a new tool in humanitarianism. Proponents of the trend believe it can solve the problem long plaguing the aid community: that great ideas fail to be adopted in poor communities because they don't always take context into account. >Ideas >Innovations
More Than a Meal  
Technical ingenuity and private funding enable Akshaya Patra to serve hot, healthy lunches to 1.4 million Indian children every day. >Ideas >Innovations
Creating Standards for Multi-Stakeholder Governance   Transcript
Harris Gleckman 07/29/15
Many people in civil society and in governmental circles feel ambivalent about this new global governance approach. Should multi-stakeholders be in charge of "solving" global problems? >Ideas >Commentary

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