Schooling without barriers: improving education in the West Bank and Gaza during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to school closures and disruptions affecting 1.3 billion children worldwide.
School leaders are pivotal in building the resilience of schools in the face of public health threats, natural disasters, armed conflict, political and economic crises, and other upheavals.
Artificial intelligence (AI) holds great potential to revolutionize everything from how farmers increase their crop yields, to how governments communicate with their citizens in their own languages during natural disasters, to how healthcare provi
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to school closures and disruptions affecting 1.3 billion children worldwide. Education systems are struggling to provide adequate continuous education through a meaningful transition to distance learning.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments are using new technologies and monitoring systems to contain the spread of the disease, mitigate risks, and improve public policies.
A decade ago, a significant trend in using and supporting open practices emerged in international development.
Research included case studies of different economic sectors and legal reviews in the domains of e-commerce, agriculture, video-on-demand, food delivery, fintech, ride hailing and travel undertaken in various sites in the global north and south.