- A collaborative effort seeks clinical solutions to blunt COVID harm across Africa
Among the main lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic for addressing a health crisis have been the importance of coordinated efforts across borders, of trust in public health measures, and of multipronged approaches to manage evolving threats.
- SNF partners give simple ideas big impact
It’s the most familiar of items, one that you know well from childhood and one that is likely sitting in your hall closet even now: a ball.
- Showcasing Greece’s most famous unknown mosaic
If you’re in Greece, there’s a good chance you’ve got a mosaic in your pocket—or at least a copy of one. You’ve paid with it, gotten it back in change, or tossed it for heads or tails.
- Growing vibrant community hubs in NYC neighborhoods, one raised bed of produce at a time
When it comes to fresh produce, there’s local and then there’s local.
- SNF supports the Hydra Merchant Navy Academy
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) supports the Hydra Merchant Navy Academy, seeking to contribute to Greece’s deep maritime tradition, to strengthen the human resources available to the Greek merchant shipping industry, and, simultaneously, to help sustain the historically significant island of Hydra.
- For greener cities, mayors tap a sustainable resource: great ideas from young people
From Bogota to Barcelona, from Quito to Quezon City, young people are thinking hyperlocal to make inroads on global challenges.
- One secret for building buzz around STEAM in NYC schools? Bees.
“If our students don’t get into STEAM, who’s going to create, who’s going to invent?” says seventh grade teacher Yuderka Valdez.
- Deploying proven strategies to facilitate pandemic response and preparedness across Africa
“We’re all experiencing pandemic fatigue,” says Amanda McClelland, Senior Vice President of the Prevent Epidemics team at Resolve to Save Lives, an initiative of Vital Strategies.
- Supporting Rural Students by Equipping Teachers with the Resources They Need
“Technology is such an important part of our 21st century learning community,” says Mr. Bailey, a third through fifth grade teacher in East Syracuse, New York.