Introduction The ever evolving field of disaster risk management is now undergoing a paradigm shift towards gender mainstreaming, which has been gaining momentum since the 1980s Gender…… Read more “Gender Mainstreaming Initiatives in Disaster Risk Reduction: An Analysis of Case study’s in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh”
The world is currently facing the largest famine in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) since World War II as a result of a severe drought that has affected millions…… Read more “Groupness and Population in Nigeria: How Demographics, Governance, and Migration Impact Water and Sanitation Access and Socio-Political Unrest in Nigeria”
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is a common buzzword in the field of humanitarian assistance (HA) because of its reputation as a dynamic and robust tool that can…… Read more “Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Curriculums in Post-Graduate Academic Institutions vs. Expected Competencies in the Humanitarian Assistance Field: An Analysis and Critique on the Dearth of M&E Academic Standardization in the United States”
Green Growth (GG) has been hastily labeled a ‘win-win strategy’, due to its perceived offer of a solution to confronting development and climate change in Sub-Saharan Africa.…… Read more “The Inconvenient Truth about Green Growth and The Economic Development Concerns of Low and Middle Income Countries: An Analysis of Malawi and South Africa”
In Time magazine’s praise of the Arab Human Development Report (AHDR), “What’s Holding Back Arab Women?”[i] the title alone is an example of the misconceptions that the…… Read more “Abu Lughod’s analysis of the Arab Human Development Report (AHDR)”
The world currently finds itself in an economic quagmire of monumental proportion as a result of protracted conflicts in Africa and the Middle East. Many experts across…… Read more “Climate Security in Africa: A Crucible for Unrest”
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