World Contraception Day Saving Brazil one condom at a time This image gallery focuses on a condom factory that uses latex from local rubber trees to help save the rainforest and fight HIV. Series Ebola crisis Disease Mapping malaria Knowledge economy Supporting African research This three-part film outlines the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme plan to develop a new generation of African research leaders. Disease Encouraging cooperation in Ebola-stricken countries Policy Making equality central to the development agenda Image gallery Marching for climate action around the world These photos show London, Lima, Sao Paulo, Cairo and New Delhi in the People's Climate March, the biggest climate change demonstration ever recorded. Podcast Has the IPCC had its day? Notice Unique Fellowship for science journalists Migration A better path for refugee aid Research shows that in Jordan and Lebanon it’s foolish to target aid exclusively at Syrian refugees, argues Omar Dahi. Communication ICTs educate Cambodian workers Engineering Mission to mars News: 29/09/14 Europe ‘risks dividing science and development policy’ Having these portfolios in different European Commission groups could harm cooperation, say observers. Feature: 29/09/14 Digitising maps of malaria hotspots to save lives Munyaradzi Makoni reports on how a mapping collaboration between Europe and Africa has helped in tackling malaria. Malaria Data Health R&D Cooperation News: 26/09/14 India’s Mars mission cue for third world India’s low-cost Mars mission could inspire other third world countries to develop space capabilities. Cooperation Enterprise Technology R&D Science diplomacy Multimedia: 26/09/14 Tapping into safe sex in the Brazilian Amazon A slideshow on a condom factory that uses latex from local rubber trees to help save the rainforest and fight HIV. Forestry Health HIV/AIDS Conservation Innovation SciDev.Net at large: 26/09/14 Urban sustainability research with a local flavour A challenge to one of India’s planning initiatives stands out in a melange of studies on sustainable cities. Cities Sustainability Enterprise Multimedia: 26/09/14 Q&A on fast-tracking Ebola vaccine human trials In this audio interview we talk to Adrian Hill, lead scientist on a human trial of a vaccine candidate that … Medicine Health Disease R&D Ocean science for development in SIDS: Facts and figures Sarah Grimes explores why small-island states need good ocean monitoring — and why it still fails them in some areas. Making higher education work for Africa This Spotlight explores how graduate training should change to better meet Africa’s development needs. Big data for development This Spotlight explores big data, its risks and benefits and what could hinder its potential to foster development. Latest on climate change What’s next for climate science beyond the IPCC? People's Climate March around the world Tech transfer ‘more successful than rhetoric suggests’ Asia-Pacific Analysis: Time for SIDS to set sail Q&A: Helping the poorest nations with development goals REDD+ progress is possible — just look at Indonesia View on Private Sector: Insuring against climate change Science: What can it do for the Sustainable Development Goals?