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In Rwanda, building a knowledge-based economy starts with the youth
The pandemic has slowed Rwanda's growth, but the government and its partners in the private sector remain committed to delivering a brighter future.
Rethinking disaster response: humanitarian logistics during a pandemic
How DHL’s disaster response volunteers got around a global pandemic to provide aid to those most in need.
Diversity and digitalization in logistics: leading with head, heart and guts
Eva Mattheeussen, Global Project Lead of ‘Women at DHL Global Forwarding’ shares her lessons and experiences on diversity and leadership.
How cold chain logistics is helping to make food and pharma more sustainable
Developments in cold chain logistics can help balance growth and sustainability. Here are some ways in which key sectors like food and healthcare benefit.
“Even in the midst of Covid-19, the battle against climate change must carry on”
True decarbonization of the transport sector makes a paradigm shift from offsetting to insetting necessary, says Tim Scharwath, CEO DHL Global Forwarding,
Green shoots still emerge, despite the haze of Covid on India’s education system
With few having regular internet access, India’s efforts to educate its young remains a challenge. DHL’s GoTeach program continues to try to plug the gaps.
As Covid-19 disrupts education, online youth mentoring is leaving none behind
Despite lockdowns, youth mentors are using virtual tools to improve access to quality education and economic opportunities for disadvantaged youth.
The key to green logistics could be this superfast route optimization algorithm
Greenplan is driving sustainable logistics with its route optimization algorithm that lowers operational costs and the environmental impact of deliveries.
From India to Africa, this CEO has built multiple businesses from scratch
Pramod Bagalwadi has a knack for solving tough problems, like the ones he has encountered throughout his career across India, Middle East, and Africa.
What Togo is doing to lift its students out of learning poverty
Programs by the government and the private sector to fix Togo's education system are giving the country's children a reason to be hopeful for the future.
A student-led education movement is livening up India’s classrooms
The Kids Education Revolution in India is letting students partner with teachers to guide school policies, and the results have been encouraging.
Greenplan is driving sustainable logistics with its route optimization algorithm that lowers operational costs and the environmental impact of deliveries.
The key to green logistics could be this superfast route optimization algorithm
Greenplan is driving sustainable logistics with its route optimization algorithm that lowers operational costs and the environmental impact of deliveries.
The key to green logistics could be this superfast route optimization algorithm
Greenplan is driving sustainable logistics with its route optimization algorithm that lowers operational costs and the environmental impact of deliveries.
Beyond skills: The lifelong benefits of purposeful mentorship
Youth mentoring programs not only impart essential skills to prepare them for the real world, but also give them an invaluable sense of purpose.
Electric motorcycles powered up for deliveries in Thailand
In line with the government's push for electric vehicle adoption, DHL Express Thailand recently introduced 50 electric motorcycles to its fleet.
Changing lives in Ghana, one cleft lip repair surgery at a time
Operation Smile is working with DHL Global Forwarding Ghana to provide better access to safe surgical care, for those with cleft lip and cleft palate.
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