Over the past 10 years, the world has watched the transformational growth of Latin America. Those following the epic "Latin American Decade," as it's been coined, find no shortage of gains, from its use of sustainable energy, to its pioneering social programs, to its swelling middle class.
Despite significant progress and the implementation of widespread reforms in Latin America to improve the access, quality and management of its educational systems, countries in the region are ranked among the lowest performing in the 2009 PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) …
Faced with the highest HIV prevalence of any country in the world – where one in three adults is infected with HIV – the early days of HIV in Swaziland were devastating.
The first World AIDS Day was observed in 1988, more than 25 years ago. The global HIV community has made incredible progress since those early days of the epidemic.
Nearly thirteen years after leaving office, President Bill Clinton will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama today.
It is a moral outcry that almost 1 billion people go hungry to bed every night. At the same time climate change has devastating effects on our food production woldwide. The only solution is to double our food production in a climate smart way.