As the global population ages, and the prevalence of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) rises, the number of people needing assistive products is projected to increase to beyond two billion by 2050.
The first World Humanitarian Summit was held on 23-24 May in Istanbul. Never before has the United Nations come together at this scale, with so many different stakeholders, to discuss the pressing challenges that are resulting in so much suffering today.
What will you be doing on World Refugee Day on Monday, June 20th?
Ten Conversations to End AIDS isn’t just another book of poems. It’s a conversation starter. The book’s poems suggest there are ten conversations we can all have to help end the AIDS epidemic. HIV affects over 36 million people globally. When did you last have a conversation about one of the biggest health concerns the world faces?