Not just “business as usual”: Humanizing supply chains amid the pandemic

August 6, 2020

Just days into the closure of our campus and larger communities this past March, I had the opportunity to speak with Gustavo Perez Burlanga, senior […]

In The Media

The coronavirus has revealed the true nature of hunger in America

June 19, 2020

In a recent Chronicle of Philantropy op-ed, Ray Offenheiser, William J. Pulte Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development, highlights the impact of the […]

Two paths out of the pandemic in Central America: Repression or rights? 

June 16, 2020

A year ago, the media were directing our attention to caravans of Hondurans, Guatemalans and Salvadorans leaving their homes to trek to the United States. […]

Women under the weight of lockdown

May 21, 2020

It does not come as a surprise that, as the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economic and social wellbeing of the population are […]

The impact of COVID-19 on community-based research in developing countries

May 7, 2020

In the era of social distancing, travel restrictions, and stay-at-home orders, face-to-face research has been halted globally. One thing is clear: because of the high […]

A pandemic of bungling and mismanagement: Lessons from Ebola

April 29, 2020

As CEO of a humanitarian organization you regularly witness tragedy, ingenuity, and heroism as well as fear, ignorance, uncertainty, and incompetence. You also learn some […]