WHFTalks is a monthly news digest that was launched on World Humanitarian Day to highlight the issues which will be covered by the World Humanitarian Forum.

It is read by over 20,000 subscribers including development and humanitarian professionals, government officials, NGOs, CEOs and foundations.  The digest covers issues including the status of refugees, gender parity, climate change, sustainable development, tech for good and new models for funding development, especially PPPs.

Our style is interactive and confident and yet it can be conversational. Our voice is that of an insider—from within the sector.

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  • In a candid interview, Francesco Rocca, President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies talks about worsening situation of refugees and economic migrants and puts acr ...
  • UNDERSTANDING THE VENEZUELAN REFUGEE CRISIS – AND HOW BUSINESSES CAN HELP

    02 Oct 2019 Gideon Maltz, Executive Director of the Tent Partnership for Refugees
    Latin America is experiencing the biggest refugee crisis in its history. Already, more than four million people have fled Venezuela and millions more could be displaced throughout the region in the co ...
  • SPOTLIGHT: FRIENDSHIP

    02 Oct 2019 Ruha Khan, Friendship Founder
    Why was Friendship founded?  Friendship was founded to alleviate the suffering of the people living in the most climate change impacted regions on the planet. With the thought to ease suffering and br ...
  • CAN PPPS HELP GOVERNMENTS DELIVER THEIR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

    02 Oct 2019 Dr Mohan Kaul, President of the Indian Professionals Forum and Executive Chairman of Global Investment Advisory Ltd.
    This month saw Uganda host its first-ever high profile Public-Private Partnership (PPP) conference with a focus on infrastructural development. At the same time, The Dubai government's Department of F ...
  • TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTIONISES DISBURSEMENT OF CASH TO REFUGEES

    02 Oct 2019 Imad Malhas, IrisGuard Founder and CEO
    I am a firm believer in technology for good - technology to improve social, environmental and economic outcomes. In fact, at Iris Guard, we are proud to be leading the way in providing financial inclu ...
  • Some stories make you sit up and take notice- Michael Wamaya’s is one of them.
  • IMPACT BONDS

    19 Aug 2019 World Humanitarian Forum
    New models of funding the development work What is impact investing and why is it important for the charities and the development sector? Impact investing refers to investments that seek to generate b ...
  • LIGHTING THE WAY

    19 Aug 2019 Elisha, Founder and CEO
    LIGHT is a not-for-profit organization which is dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment for orphaned, poor, abandoned, neglected and underprivileged children in India.
  • TECH FOR GOOD

    19 Aug 2019 World Humanitarian Forum
    Tech for Good is a section dedicated to highlighting how technology is changing the humanitarian and development sector. In this issue My Charity Hero CEO Uzair Siddiqui shares his views on tech for g ...