By Howard Davies     LONDON – Banking supervision teams at the Bank of England “now receive the equivalent of twice the

By Usman Ali Lawan   KEFFI, NIGERIA – In the rural village of Kura in Kano State, Nigeria, where I grew up, my grandfather would

By Asha George, Amnesty LeFevre & Rajani Ved   CAPE TOWN – Digital technology is revolutionizing our daily lives. Mobile

By Anita Zaidi     SEATTLE – When Cyclone Idai ripped through Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe on the night of March 14, it

By Lauren Hendricks   WASHINGTON, DC – ACROSS HONDURAS, El Salvador, and Guatemala, women who seek to escape poverty by launching

By Mark Suzman     SEATTLE – TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, South Africa held its first free elections after the end of apartheid.

By Junaid Nabi       BOSTON – A FEW years ago, toward the end of his life, my father battled severe depression. As a

By Carl Manlan     LOMÉ – AFRICA’S HEALTH sector represents a massive investment opportunity, estimated by the United

By Jenna Dodson     GOTHENBURG – INDONESIA, home to 264 million people, is the world’s fourth-most populous country. Its

By Phakama Ntshongwana, Nicola Ansell & Keetie Roelen   ELIZABETH/LONDON/BRIGHTON – To live in dignity, free from want, is a