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More than ever before, international implementers everywhere are on the lookout for local partners — hardly a surprise amid the push to go local across the global development community.
In the villages outside Bangalore in southern India “there's a lot of fear around cancer”, says social epidemiologist Suneeta Krishnan. “Women know other women who have breast cancer, or died of cervical cancer.
As we shared in our first post in September 2013, many Liberian teachers who have entered the profession since the outset of the civil war have done so without having received any formal training.
When clean-cut TV heartthrob Cory Monteith was found dead in his Vancouver, Canada, hotel room last summer, it was like being hit with a bucket of ice water for his fans.
In the world of consulting, it’s all about who you know and who’s recommending the work you’re doing, RTI Global Health Recruiter Kate Wood told Devex’s Kate Warren a recent video interview.
A more immediate, easier option is becoming available through a personal pollution monitor. The MicroPEM sensor developed by RTI International picks up a range of exposure data to help the user manage risk.
Government is raising its expectations. Officials who aim to be good stewards of public dollars are looking for tools to identify money wasted by fraud, mismanagement or inefficiency.
In a nation of abundance, why are so many people still going hungry? Here are 5 ways to fix the problem.
A new book provides a definitive drug safety resource for pharmaceutical researchers and students.
It’s the type of Triangle story that exemplifies Research Triangle Regional Partnership's President and CEO Charles Hayes’ big talking point at today's 2014 Research Triangle State of the Region event in Durham.