Africa loses more money than it gets in aid
While annual global aid is less than $30 billion, the continent incurs loss of $58 billion every year
Can a cash-on-delivery model work for global aid?
As rich nations try to heal the scars of 2008 global financial crisis through deep budget cuts and protectionist policies, business models like …
Cash-based aid not a silver bullet, but offers flexibility, choice to beneficiaries
Cash relief brings people into the formal financial system and makes financial inclusion possible
Rise in malaria cases in 2016 may be due to decline in health aid
The global fight against malaria is stalled, especially in Africa, because of a decline in health aid, says a new report