About 1.2 billion people worldwide don't have access to electricity.
*Daniel Wagner is Managing Director of Risk Cooperative and co-author of the book "Global Risk Agility and Decision Making
Promoting the principles upon which our NGO members and partners stand: human rights, rights of migrants, humanitarian law
Over the past decade, rising rates of violent crime, especially homicide, have turned the Central American northern triangle - Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador - into one of the worlds' most insecure regions. Sources estimate that an average of 19 people per day are murdered in Guatemala, 16 in El Salvador, and 15 in Honduras.
Last month, J.K. Rowling sent sent out a series of tweets denouncing the practice of volountourism in orphanages, and the
Gayle assumed the position of USAID administrator in December 2015, building on her legacy at the White House and as a leader and advocate for development.
In our own ways, we both have a global footprint. Hers perhaps hands on and mine in a more subtle way.
In Latin America, 77 million people lack access to safe water, according to the World Water Council. The region's massive
The awards this year are of course even more relevant with Earth Day around the corner. It is vital we think of new ways