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Tuberculosis hits more men than women. But not in Afghanistan.

‘There’s this perception that TB is a disease of men. We need to change that perception here.’ Wearing a heavily embroidered, bright pink dress, Sadorzi sat waiting for a doctor at Mirwais Hospital in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar. She had...

Sophie Cousins

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Created 02/24/2021

Women Saving the Earth

December 7, 1972 – On the last Apollo mission to the moon, astronauts took a photo now known as the “Blue Marble” photo – very likely the most reproduced photo in history – the first ever “whole earth” photo. As a much more...

John Coonrod

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Created 02/24/2021

Call to Action: Vaccine Equity Declaration

"The world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure – and the price of this failure will be paid with lives and livelihoods in the world’s poorest countries." Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General,18 January 2021 In January 2021, WHO...

World Health Organization

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Created 02/23/2021

Nonprofits Working on Racial Justice and Poverty See Windfalls From Rich Donors

Charities have long urged the ultrawealthy to look beyond the nation’s largest universities and medical centers in their giving — and in 2020, billionaires answered the call. In an unusual year featuring a pandemic, a recession, a racial reckoning, and deep political...

Maria Di Mento and Ben Gose

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Created 02/22/2021

Climate change is fueling recruitment into armed groups

COVID-19 has been a boon for armed groups who have exploited the pandemic to attack enemies and grow their ranks. Now, they increasingly have another unlikely ally to promote their agenda: climate change. Research has repeatedly highlighted how climatic shifts contribute to fragility and undermine...

Jessica Caus and Siobhan O’Neil

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Created 02/22/2021

“What if?” Questions with answers for a paradigm shift in the Aid System

What if… the shroud of invisibility that has been forced upon the reality of socio-economic and geopolitical dynamics of the foreign Aid sector was peeled back to reveal the blinding truth? In “Invisible Man”, Ralph Ellison’s masterpiece novel about the condition of Black people...

Marie-Rose Romain Murphy

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Created 02/22/2021

Youth Radio in Malawi

Since 2017, Developing Radio Partners (DRP) has been supporting nine community radio stations in Malawi to provide information to youth around sexual and reproductive health. Young people are being trained as journalists to develop 30-minute youth magazine programmes dealing with issues such as teen...

Charles Rice

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Created 02/18/2021

UN-World Bank partnership in crisis settings: Increasing support to the most vulnerable during a devastating year

For countries already affected by conflict and crisis, 2020 was a devastating year. The health and socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic came on top of complex and growing threats, from the regional spillover of violent extremism to the effects of climate...

Franck Bousquet & Oscar Fernández-Taranco

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INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/17/2021

WOMEN COMMUNITY LEADERS AS AGENTS OF REVIVAL AND CHANGE: SAMTA SAKHIS OF SHEOPUR, INDIA

“There were seven families who had walked for days from Jaipur city to my village during the Lockdown. They could not survive in the city because of lockdown and so they had come back. Since they were returnee migrants, they did not...

By Nilanjana Sengupta (ICRW), Radhika Uppal (ICRW) and Neeta Hardikar (ANANDI)

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Created 02/17/2021

Four priorities for Burundian peacebuilders in 2021

In this article, our local peacebuilding expert from Burundi* analyses the first six months of a new Presidency, and the challenges and opportunities they have brought for peace. The first six months of President Ndayishimiye’s term have been marked by important social...

Peace Direct

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INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/17/2021

A U.S.-Pakistan Reset Just Got a Lot Harder

On Jan. 28, Pakistan’s Supreme Court ordered the acquittal of four men convicted of abducting and murdering the Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. The ruling upheld a lower court decision in Sindh province last year—appealed by Pakistani government officials—that overturned the murder convictions, found them...

Michael Kugelman for Foreign Policy

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Created 02/16/2021

CITIES ON THE FRONTLINE: Planning for a low-carbon future.

More than half of the world’s population live in cities. This is set to rise to around two-thirds by 2050. As people move from rural areas to towns and cities seeking a better standard of living, urbanisation has become a feature of...

The Children's Investment Fund Foundation

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Created 02/16/2021