In 2008, while volunteering at a school in East Africa for Congolese refugee children, Edmund Page founded the Xavier Project. Following his initial trip, he committed to sponsoring eight refugees through school in Kampala. A recipient of the Queen’s Young
This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. Family-Friendly Options for Your Household Especially around the holidays, pressure can be high to give kids the latest-craze toys and super-sugary
The WorldBank’s recently released Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2018 reminds us how hard it is to measure what matters most to SDG 4 – quality education. Atlas’ indicators depict consumption, conditions, and consequences of education, but not its quality.
Humans are naturally curious. Throughout time, we have wanted to understand the world we live in and have used various methods to do so. Science has proven to be the best way. Through scientific approaches and critical thinking, humans have
EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS PIECE IS AUTHORED BY NICHOLAS ALIPUI AND SHANNON O'SHEA, EXPERT ON CHILD HEALTH, DEVELOPMENT AND AGENDA 2030 PROGRAMME SPECIALIST OF UNICEF.THIS PIECE IS PART OF A SERIES EXPLORING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. SEE THE INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES
NGOs became something inseparable from the life of our world as they promoted and expanded methods of interaction between civil society institutions and authorities. Kyrgyzstan is no exception. Upon gaining its independence, Kyrgyzstan gained thousands of NGOs as well. Generally, NGOs conduct their
Cohort studies have persuaded new mothers to breastfeed over bottle feeding while many studies show confounding results Children who are formula fed can have excellent health outcomes, often not any worse than breast fed children These days it seems unquestionable that