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On International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we explore why addressing gender inequality is key to solving climate change and halting climate change is essential to protecting women’s rights.
How the SURGe Program works with the Government of Ukraine to consider new ways of working, building evidence-based policy grounded in the lived experience of the Ukrainian people.
On October 16, 2021, Alinea joins the international community in recognizing World Food Day and commits to continuing to improve how our global agri-food systems work.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that 1 billion people globally are employed in the agri-food system, making it the world’s largest economic sector. In one way or another, we’re all part of this system and have much to lose if it doesn’t work well – as captured in the 2021 theme for World Food Day, ‘Our actions are our future’.
Depuis 2012, le Mali, vaste pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest, est aux prises avec une crise humanitaire multidimensionnelle sans précédent.
An “Alphabet for school principals” – Ensuring Ukrainian students have access to quality education every day
SURGe is proud to have worked with the State Service of Education Quality of Ukraine (SSEQ) to develop the second edition of the “Alphabet for School Principals, a collection of tips designed to support school principals in building a quality assurance program designed to be used internally within schools.
Alinea Gender Equality Advisor Catherine Hill explains why gender equality matters in achieving transformative climate action.
Women farmers in Ethiopia face inequitable access to and control over land and high burdens of household domestic labour – how our team in Ethiopia supported women farmers through the Agricultural Growth Program-2 Capacity Development Support Facility Project.
While it remains unclear when and how countries will emerge from the grip of this pandemic, evidence continues to mount on the gendered toll.
A new campaign is underway to inspire women in Northern Ghana to train to join the workforce as welders, carpenters, plumbers, bricklayers, electricians and more.