The Global Progress on HIV and AIDS and the Work That Remains

Despite - and in some ways because of - the success in South Africa and worldwide in the fight against AIDS, much work and many challenges remain.

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Donald Trump will be President. What Does this Mean for Global Action on Climate Change?

Following Donald Trump's upset election victory, the public, pundits and policymakers all over the world are parsing his campaign promises to understand what he will do on a range of issues. On climate change, the question is especially salient.

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Categories: Climate Change

Learning Together: Building Stronger Practitioner-Researcher Partnerships

Promoters of evidence-based policies and practices are seeking to engage practitioners more fully in developing and carrying out technically challenging evaluations — notably randomized controlled trials (RCTs).

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Training Civilian Style: A Veteran’s Perspective on Real-World Impact

Veterans Day is an important observance to honor the estimated 21 million men and women who have served our country. But the importance of veterans is not a one-day affair at Abt Associates.

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The Paris Agreement Has Entered into Force. Now What?

The Paris Agreement, ratified last month, allows each signatory to accept country-specific emissions reduction targets and show progress in meeting those targets. This encourages all major emitters to take part in emissions reduction.

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Categories: Climate Change