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Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals is happening in many forms. It is not exclusively because of those who hold
Then, seemingly out of the blue, a sustained stream of negative articles against Bokova began to appear in several Bulgarian
Recently GOP frontrunner Donald Trump suggested the United States should stop sending foreign aid to countries that hate us. He has called development investments in Afghanistan wasteful, suggesting that the funds should instead be used to rebuild our own country.
Women in Business Q&A: Kathy Calvin, President and Chief Executive Officer of the United Nations Foundation
Immediately prior to joining AOL, she was a Senior Managing Director at Hill and Knowlton, a global public relations company
"If there's a tool that allows us to engage the public in a way that's productive and authentic," he added, "we're going
Rather than simply handing out glasses, we worked to train individuals in developing countries to conduct vision screenings, educate their neighbors about the importance of eye care, and sell high-quality, low-cost glasses to their communities.
The question should not be, "Why must we pay attention to women's economic empowerment?" Instead, the question should be, "How can we afford to not pay attention to women's economic empowerment?"
Sunday is Mother's Day, and there's no better time to join the movement to improve the health and well-being of mothers and babies everywhere. That's the goal of the Global Moms Relay. In partnership with the UN Foundation, Johnson & Johnson and BabyCenter, HuffPost is putting the spotlight on the ways we can bring new opportunities to women and children around the world.
Watching my mother and grandmother taught me so much -- seeing them nurture people and animals showed me, through their actions, what mattered most. They made so many sacrifices for our family, and they set the standard. They inspired me from childhood to volunteer and advocate for those less fortunate.
Today leading science experts released the latest United Nations report on the impacts of climate change around the world.
Transforming the world's energy systems will take decades, but we will end up better off as a result.
The initiative struck an instant chord -- last year over 2,500 partners from all 50 states led charitable giving campaigns, and more than 50 million people worldwide spread the word about Giving Tuesday, as evidenced by milestone trending about the day on Twitter.