We asked experts from around the world: What would they like to see on the agenda for this virtual event. Their ideas include fair pay for all health workers — and a makeover for foreign aid.
Like any government agency, the biggest American foreign aid group has its problems. This week, its new administrator Samantha Power outlined her solutions.
The Association for a More Just Society, is one of many organizations working in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala to address societal ills that are driving migrants north to the U.S. border.
President Trump has introduced a round of Christmas chaos that imperils direct payments to millions of Americans suffering due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
President-elect Joe Biden inherits a global health landscape changed by the Trump administration more than under any Republican president since Ronald Reagan.
The suspension followed an executive order from the Trump administration that called such workplace programs "divisive," "anti-American," racist against white people and sexist against men.
Mark Green talks to NPR about what it's like leaving during a global health crisis — and what the future may hold for the agency.
President Trump is expected to propose steep cuts to foreign aid and other programs in his budget for fiscal year 2021. The blueprint is expected to be declared dead on arrival in Congress.
The aid cutoff is called the Mexico City policy. Republican presidents instate it. Democratic presidents call it off. A new report looks at the impact on abortion rates in sub-Saharan Africa.