If you haven’t already read the devastating ProPublica piece on how an American NGO that was once feted as inspiring, agile and life-changing actually enabled a horrific series of disasters in Liberia, now’s the time to do so.
The ABC has a report on Victorian of the year, Mark Sullivan. Sullivan played a key role in developing a drug to help treat river blindness.
Vox has a handy explainer on what micro-credit can and cannot do.
The New Yorker has a grim report on how the Iraqi government has been exacting revenge post-ISIS.
Japan has been hit hard by an aging population, but Global Policy has three case studies of Japanese cities transforming to meet this challenge.
This Global Health NOW article discusses a report which looks at how conflict affects the education of future medical doctors — and the findings are sobering.