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In the lead up to the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, John Telford notes that there has been real progress in capacity, quality and accountability since – but he also worries that we're at risk of forgetting humanitarian principles when it comes to financing.
Continuing our series on what has changed in humanitarian responses since the 2004 tsunami, Dr Jemilah Mahmood shares her personal experience of the response to the disaster. Ahead of the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit, Dr Mahmood believes that we should be working towards humanitarian responses that are more inclusive and sensitive to context as well as remembering that local responses to crises are crucial.
Following the new 'Financing the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals: a rough roadmap', Andrew Rogerson blogs on what can realistically be achieved at the development finance conference in Addis Ababa next year.
With the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami approaching, our new blog series looks at what has changed in humanitarian responses since 2004. In this first blog, Simon Levine looks at how the rise of cash programming is indicative of wider changes in response to disasters.
On Universal Health Coverage Day, Ana B. Amaya takes a look at efforts that have already been made to achieve Universal Health Coverage, and how the new Development Progress report released today can help advance these.
On the first Universal Health Coverage Day, Jeffrey Lazarus celebrates the importance of the day and looks at the exploration of progress as paving the way for more ambitious thinking about the practicalities of universal health coverage.
This blog by the Legatum Institute's Novella Bottini and Solène Dengler looks at the key findings from their 2014 Africa Prosperity Report, assessing the reality of the 'Africa rising' narrative.
We reflect on this year's Development & Climate Days in Lima, Peru with a run down of 10 key talking points that emerged from the discussions.
An ambitious, cooperative project to create solar-powered, lighter-than-air sculptures at Development and Climate Days in the Peruvian capital, Lima – hosting this year’s UN climate talks – is challenging people to rethink approaches to tackling climate and poverty.
The winners of the Development and Climate Days 2014 competition – Sound Art category evoke rising sea levels and the challenge of tackling extreme poverty and greenhouse gas emissions.