OnFrontiers hosted a 3 hour workshop on Bringing Agile Management to International Development Continue reading Did you miss our workshop on Agile Management for International Development?
Few industries have a more compelling purpose than the $200b aid sector, which encompasses millions of professionals working globally within public and private institutions to pursue poverty alleviation and improve the lives of the more than half a billion people … Continue reading How long before poverty warriors live in the age of agile?
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable … Continue reading Think Tank Insights Special Edition: Working Paper: Aligning India’s water resource policies with the SDGs
Innovation in financial industry should be adapted to the ethnic groups’ culture and customs. An OnFrontiers expert Muhammad Farooq Shaikh shares his thoughts on an old but famous financing model in Islamic culture:Waqf. This article explain how this model could help to alleviate … Continue reading Think Tank Insights: The Waqf Model and Poverty Alleviation
Women’s care homes in India are meant to offer protection for those who have nowhere else to go. But activists, authorities and former residents accused the overcrowded, understaffed homes of trapping women in a cycle of abuse. OnFrontiers Think Tank hereby presents … Continue reading Think Tank Insights: Abused and Imprisoned in India’s State-Run Care Homes for Women
Afghanistan is one of the areas with most turmoils and conflicts in the world. This field has been in the war since 19th century and it had been sucking all type of resources from several countries, but it never takes a break. … Continue reading OnFrontiers Think Tank Insights: A Real Strategy for Afghanistan