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New Security Beat 7m
Public-private partnerships have been valuable in Doris Kaberia's work on water and health. But building them was difficult: “the way the development practitioners think, and the way private sector thinks, and the way gov'ts think is totally different.”
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“As the waters grew cloudy & dangerous, so did the village’s prospects, Singh said, 'We turned from the Land of Gods, with the best food & , the most fertile land, to the worst part of .... The water moved from providing life to taking lives.'”
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New Security Beat 8h
What will 2019 bring for and the ? Next Friday, 3pm, for the seventh year running, and offer a deep dive. RSVP early, we expect a packed house!
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New Security Beat 8h
2018's most popular posts covered maternal and child mortality, faith based engagement in family planning, maternal health in areas of conflict, family planning and the economy, the impacts of caregiving, and cancer in India.
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New Security Beat Jan 16
The Disaster Recovery Reform Act last year made it possible to rebuild damaged or destroyed infrastructure in a more resilient manner, which “is vitally important to protect against and mitigate potential destruction from future disasters”
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New Security Beat Jan 16
Live now: "Warzone Conservation in Afghanistan: A Conversation with Alex Dehgan" from :
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New Security Beat Jan 16
Join us today at 3:30 pm for a conversation with Alex Dehgan and on connections between conservation and political stability and the debut of Dehgan’s new book the
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The Wilson Center Jan 16
Want to hear more from Dr. Alex Dehgan? Join and this afternoon at 3:30 for a conversation about "Warzone Conservation in Afghanistan." Watch in person or via live stream:
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Lauren Herzer Risi Jan 16
Excited to host Alex Dehgan and hear his insights on wartime conservation in this afternoon. Join us live at 3:30pm at . In the meantime, here's a sneak peak from .
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Climate & Security Jan 15
The Climate and Security Podcast: Episode 6 with the Honorable Sherri Goodman
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New Security Beat Jan 16
From our friends at : "Groundwater Scarcity, Set on Perilous Course"
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Geoff Dabelko Jan 16
Alex Dehgan shares insights on his new book The Snow Leopard Project in this new interview w/ . Take a listen & then tune in today 3:30 EST for webcast of our book launch.
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New Security Beat Jan 16
Disaster Relief Law Updated to Enhance Resilience of Critical Infrastructure - by Ladeene Freimuth
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New Security Beat Jan 16
"Doris Kaberia on Public-Private Partnerships and Holistic Approaches to Water Management in Kenya" - the latest in our podcast series
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New Security Beat Jan 15
"More Countries Want to Invest in Caring. Here’s How They Should Do It" - from
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New Security Beat Jan 14
To achieve the on poverty alleviation, public health, equity and economic development, we need a rigorous approach to understands the resource nexus of land, water, energy, food, & materials, write , , &
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New Security Beat Jan 14
Our latest piece with by Sarah Degnan-Kambou, asks what kinds of support carers around the world need to provide for their families and contribute to economic growth without taking on unsustainable burdens.
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New Security Beat Jan 14
"Worldwide, the responsibility for unpaid care work...falls disproportionately on women and girls, and the economic impact is substantial. Some estimates indicate that unpaid care work, if monetized, would account for up to 10–39 percent of GDP."
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New Security Beat Jan 13
In 2018, our readers came to New Security Beat to understand how individuals and communities cope in the face of environmental uncertainty, particularly when the rule of law, natural resource management, and social services are lacking.
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The Wilson Center Jan 13
Join on January 25th at 3pm for "The 2019 Journalists' Guide to Energy and Environment" to hear from experts in the field for a look at the year ahead. RSVP:
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