The New Yorker profiles Ophelia Dahl. Ms Dahl founded the pioneering health NGO, Partners in Health, with Paul Farmer. (As an intriguing aside, she’s also Roald Dahl’s daughter.)
In the New Yorker Nicolas Niarchos, writes of the sorrows of war in Yemen, and the culpability of international actors.
MSF is testing a new strategy: a ‘runaway bag‘ for healthcare when people are fleeing.
Andrew Natsios, a former administrator of the US Agency for International Development, writes on the implications of Trump’s foreign aid budget for the rest of the world.
A new report by CARE International has revealed the most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2017.
Raluca Dragusanu and Nathan Nunn provide good evidence showing that, in Costa Rica, fairtrade certification provides real benefits to farmers, although not necessarily to farm labourers.