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NGOs have improved safeguarding, but the aid sector needs systemic change to be safer Over the last two years, Bond has brought together over 800 participants at safeguarding events and trained 650 people from almost 200 organisations. We also updated and expanded our safeguarding training to help NGOs grappling with the complexities of safeguarding. Read more...

2020-10-19T02:03:22-04:00October 19th, 2020|Opinion|

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Opinion: African women are leading the fight against COVID-19 It is no surprise that women-led countries have suffered six times fewer confirmed COVID-19 deaths than countries led by men, according to a University of Dublin study. Women leaders are better placed to draw on informal networks to mobilize rapid responses and community support. They are

2020-09-03T19:32:12-04:00September 3rd, 2020|Opinion|

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Opinion: It's time to rethink pandemic preparedness COVID-19 has unmasked shortcomings across the globe by elevating issues that previously lived in silos or underneath the surface. As the pandemic continues to expose vulnerabilities on national and global scales, people everywhere are asking, “Why weren’t we prepared for this?” Read more... Q&A: The impact of COVID-19 on

2020-08-19T17:57:12-04:00August 19th, 2020|Opinion|

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The international humanitarian response to COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic is having a tragic and overwhelming impact on fragile and conflict-affected countries. The humanitarian response to COVID-19 in these contexts has escalated many of the challenges long considered by the international community. Read more... Le rôle central de la santé communautaire dans la lutte contre la

2020-08-19T11:05:14-04:00August 19th, 2020|Opinion|