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    As Crises and Obstacles Stack Up, What Next for Funding?

    Opportunity International UK is testing the water with impact investing, having launched a $100m partnership with Oikocredit, a social impact investor, to invest in...

    Japan’s Kishida Retreats from New Capitalism

    When it came to the foundational principle — that healthy growth and a more equal distribution of income needed each other — Kishida surrendered...

    A Look at Democracy in Pakistan –  Part II

    The earlier article, following a talk at Islamabad’s National Institute of Pakistan Studies, put an academic lens on understanding the nexus between Pakistan’s powerful...

    Leveraging Digital Technologies

    Digitalization of rural communities is leading the way to a better future across Asia and the Pacific. But, it must be remembered that the...

    Sri Lanka’s Struggle to Bring Down The Rajapaksas

    The complete ouster of Rajapaksa rule will not transform Sri Lanka unless the country embraces the rule of law and pluralism. The current intercommunal...

    Food Giants Reap Enormous Profits During Times of Crisis

    The pandemic initially exposed cracks in our supposedly efficient industrialized food system through supply chain breakdowns, worker shortages and trade restrictions. Now, we can add high food prices and growing inequality to...

    Should Sri Lanka Join the Ranks of the “Poorest of the World’s Poor”?

    Sri Lanka’s foreign exchange reserves have hit a low of US$1.9 billion, equivalent to funds that could finance less than one month’s imports while...

    What Pakistan’s Worker Says

    The general working conditions for Islamabad's workers are pathetic and labour groups have been demanding elimination of a ruthless-to-the-core contractual system, but to no...
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    ILO Adopts New Guidelines On Biological Hazards In The World Of Work

    Groundbreaking new guidelines on handling biological hazards in the workplace have been agreed by experts representing governments and employers’...

    Ocean Heat, Deoxygenation and Acidification are “Alarming”, Says WMO

    Global mean sea level reached a new record high in 2021, after increasing at an average 4.5 mm per...

    First Batch of Village Engineers Ready, Says Rajeev Chandrasekhar

    Training was provided in five fields – electrical and solar energy, agricultural mechanization, e-governance, plumbing and masonry and two...

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