On November 10-12, more than 200 leaders and innovators will come together in Washington DC for the Global Engagement Forum. The event will engage leading voices from the public, private, and social sectors to explore the potential for partnership and collaboration to advance the Sustainable Development Goals.
On the morning of November 12, tune in for a live broadcast from the Knight Studio at the Newseum from 10am-1pm EST. Go to www.pyxeraglobal.org on the day of the broadcast to tune in.
In a series of conversations and flash chats, we’ll amplify for a global audience the key lessons and commitments of the previous two days. If you register to attend the Forum today, you’ll have the chance to be live in the studio with us!
Diverse Partners Work to Build a Booming Toilet Business in Ethiopia
"Excuse me. May I use your toilet?”
Despite my not being a paying customer, the restaurant owner directed me toward a doorway at the back of the building. Through the doorway, a woman shucking corn pointed me towards a tarp draped over a piece of wire, less than 20 feet away. I pulled back the ripped tarp to find the toilet—a hole in the ground swarming with flies.
Innovations in Diagnostics, Treatment, and Monitoring Could Eradicate Cervical Cancer
Augustina Mejiasamata, a 34-year- old Quechua woman who lives in an Andes mountain village two hours outside of Cusco, Peru, had already waited in line for almost an hour to receive her free Pap smear and breast exam.
“Por qué vino Ud. a la clinica hoy?” Why did you come to the clinic today? I asked.
The occasional power outage in a developed country can feel like a spontaneous vacation day; an opportunity to disconnect from the constant deluge of digital life. Only in rare circumstances will a power outage last longer than a few hours, and in most cases communities are equipped to respond immediately to the underlying issue.
New York, N.Y., October 7, 2015 /3BL Media/– Corporations around the world are banding together with IMPACT 2030 and mobilizing their corporate volunteers to help combat the most critical issues that our world faces, including poverty, inequality and climate change.
John Buckley, BNY Mellon’s global head of CSR, reflects on the adoption of the UN’s sustainable development goals and discusses why rule of law and social finance are critical to their success.
This past weekend marked an important milestone in tackling the world’s development challenges: the United Nations (UN) General Assembly approved the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals. These 17 goals are the successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and aim to tackle poverty, inequality, climate change and other critical challenges around the globe over the next 15 years.