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Evaluation Policy and Practice: Why it Matters

Evaluation is defined as the systematic and objective assessment of an intervention, project, policy, program or partnership.

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Why the Global Fund Is a Terrific Investment

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced today that it will need $15 billion to continue its life-saving work. If the world comes together to meet this replenishment goal, it will build on one of its greatest achievements of the past decade by saving millions more lives.

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When Did Naming a Newborn Become a Revolutionary Act?

According to a long-held custom in Ethiopia, children aren't named at birth. Parents wait a few months because for so long, healthcare was scarce and infants often passed away in the first few weeks of life. But today things are changing, thanks to an improved health system where frontline health workers reach more mothers and their children.

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10 Key Takeaways From Bill Gates' Annual Letter

Bill Gates' 2013 Annual Letter highlighted the power of data and measurement to help lift the world's most needy up from poverty. This year's letter was presented through an interactive experience fit with shareable quotations, embedded films and infographics.

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Photo of the Day: The Power of Data To Improve Life

Photo of the day for Wednesday, February 6, 2012.

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