Volunteering has become an important development tool as corporations, NGOs and faith-based organizations engage in volunteer efforts at home and abroad to help improve lives. In recent years, governments have also explored volunteering as part of their public diplomacy programs and civic activities to further strengthen relationships and international understanding.
Handout photo of a man carrying his daughter, who is being treated for malaria by International Medical Corps doctors, at Akobo County Hospital in South Sudan (REUTERS/Handout).
Paper | Global Views
Impacts of Malaria Interventions and their Potential Additional Humanitarian Benefits in Sub-Saharan Africa
October 2012, David L. Caprara and Ken Ballen
David Caprara and Ken Ballen examine the impact of malaria interventions throughout Africa and provide policy recommendations for preventing and treating malaria, improving the quality of life and increasing longevity.
June 27, 2012, David L. Caprara, Jacob Mwathi Mati, Ebenezer Obadare and Helene Perold
June 21, 2010, Amanda Moore McBride, Benjamin J. Lough and Margaret Sherrard Sherraden
June 2009, David L. Caprara, Kevin F. F. Quigley and Lex Rieffel
May 2009, Jane Nelson and Noam Unger
Article | World View, Volume 21, Number 3
Fall 2008, Lex Rieffel
September 2008, Kevin F. F. Quigley and Lex Rieffel
Paper | The Brookings Instutution
September 2007, Adeeb Mahmud and Greg Hills
September 2007, Daniel Egel and Djavad Salehi-Isfahani
Paper | Brookings Institution
March 2007, David L. Caprara, Harris Wofford and John Bridgeland
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David L. Caprara
Nonresident Fellow, Global Economy and Development
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
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