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Designing Equitable Parent-School Collaboration

Parents are experts on their own interests, needs and priorities – and schools can be leaders in achieving more effective parent engagement and partnerships by recognizing parents’ strengths, accounting for cultural context, and changing policies or practices to remove barriers.

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How Bt Maize Can Help Us End Food Insecurity in Africa

There is no single answer to ending food insecurity in Africa. But if the 230 million Africans who are now undernourished are to get the food they need, reducing the damage pests do to crops, safely and sustainably, must be a big part of the solution.

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Testing Products, Scaling Solutions: A Call for New Research to Advance Digital Financial Services in the Developing World

Mobile money and digital payments have opened the door to a new generation of products that have lowered costs and made serving unbanked and underbanked consumers a promising business proposition. But in spite of continuous innovations and a steady growth in digital financial services, take-up of these products remains low and usage rates are often disappointing.

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Innovation: From Prospect to Product in Global Health

The Supreme Court famously said of pornography that it’s hard to define but you know it when you see it. In science, we have our share of words that behave the same way.

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Reflections on #NAEH15: Ensuring Forward Momentum

We now know what it takes to make homelessness rare, brief and one time, and how to apply our shared wisdom in urban, suburban and rural settings to minimize, or even prevent, the crisis of homelessness for unaccompanied youth, adults or families.

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