Aid effectiveness

Can Joint Learning Support Country-Level Progress towards UHC?

This post originally appeared here, on the blog of the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage.

On the 25th Anniversary of World AIDS Day, Enhancing Sustainability in HIV & AIDS Financing

This post is co-authored by Christina Starr and Adeel Ishtiaq for R4D's blog. Contact R4D Senior Program Officer Nathan Blanchet for more information on R4D's work with the Technical Working Group.

December 1st marked the 25th anniversary of observing World AIDS Day, and the global fight against HIV & AIDS is now at a turning point. 

Et cetera

A collection of links that caught the attention of R4D staff in last week. 

Beyond 2015: Continuing and complementing the GMR

At 10 years, the Education for All Global Monitoring Report is now on the map as an indispensable tool for the international education community. I am proud to have played a small role in this – and one that was so enjoyable, if very demanding. Managing the GMR was one of the best jobs I have had.

From the GMR to UNESCO to Education at Results for Development

That title describes my own career over the last decade, during which I have been Director of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report, Assistant Director-General for Education at UNESCO and now Managing Director for Education at Results for Development, where we are dedicated to unlocking solutions to tough development challenges that prevent people in low- and middle-income countries from realizing their potential.

March, madness, and models

It's March Madness season here in the U.S., that time of year when Men's College Basketball goes into a frenzy, with 68 teams entering a one-and-done season-ending tournament to ultimately crown a national champion. Global development can only dream to have such closure when it comes to success and failure.

Framing the US Foreign Aid Budget Debate

Inder Sud, R4D Principal, submitted today's Expert Opinion piece on "Framing the US Foreign Aid Budget Debate." This is part of a new series featuring commentary from R4D experts.

Framing the US Foreign Aid Budget Debate