Cambridge graduates enter a wide range of careers but making a difference tops their career wish lists. In this series, inspiring graduates from the last three years describe Cambridge, their current work and their determination to give back
Jostein Hauge and Muhammad Irfan (Centre of Development Studies) discuss Ethiopia's economics growth over the last decade.
A pioneering initiative in the slums of Dar es Salaam aims to transform student volunteering, by kick-starting locally-run initiatives in healthcare, education, public sanitation, and enterprise.
As a researcher in Uganda and Sudan, law specialist Dr Sarah Nouwen became increasingly aware of the ‘one-way’ nature of her fieldwork. She vowed that she would return with the book that depended on the generosity of so many people. In January she did just that.
A new report released by Cambridge's Humanitarian Centre aims to set the agenda for a new round of international development goals in 2015.
New research suggests public health in developing countries may be better improved by reducing illiteracy rather than raising average income.
A group of Cambridge students are spearheading an initiative to create an Entrepreneurship Week in Rwanda to help lift the country out of poverty.