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Social enterprises such as Teresa’s are changing the way we understand business and allocate profit.
Technological innovation is providing important economic opportunities in the global South.
Determined to prevent disaster, Senegal is taking the lead in the war against tobacco.
IDRC-supported projects and impact have continued to grow since the Centre’s initial focus on small grants in 1994.
Taxation policy is one of the most powerful tools governments can employ to reduce smoking-related illnesses and death.
IDRC approaches the issue of tobacco use as a threat not only to global health, but also to international development efforts.
A Canadian virologist created a breakthrough five-in-one livestock vaccine that could transform the lives of millions in Africa and beyond.
As a learning specialist for the RCMP, Michelle Savard was tasked with completing a needs analysis for police peacekeepers deploying on UN missions.
In March 2017, the United Nations High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment published its final report on how to combat gender inequality in the formal and informal economy.
Fostering inclusive growth: What does it mean, why it is important, and how can it be achieved?