The latest issue of Philanthropy Age comes as the world reels from the body blow that is the coronavirus pandemic. As philanthropy pivots to support the fight against coronavirus, there is an opportunity to create a longer-term shift in how it tackles other unfolding global challenges such as climate change. We believe the epidemic may prove to be an inflection point: a catalyst for donors to rethink their response to intersecting threats that receive little attention and funding, but have the potential to reverberate across the world.
The magazine also looks ahead at the trends set to shape regional philanthropy over the next decade, and how family businesses in the GCC are rethinking how they give.
Other articles go inside a new UAE institute helping to globalise the fight against neglected tropical diseases, report on the UN's first Zakat fund to help refugees, and profile a restaurant serving up change for marginalised Moroccan women.
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