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Open Doors and Open Hearts for Haitian Earthquake Survivors

Nearly five years after the deadly earthquake that left more than 1.5 million Haitians homeless. Yvette Prévilia Fénélon, 60, is among those still living in tents at a...


Ebola Cases Reach More Than 20,000

For those living in West Africa, Ebola is a terrifying part of daily life. New numbers released from the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday show Ebola has infected 20,...


Ganga Becomes a Mother

“I am from the so-called untouchable caste dalit. Generally women from my community get married at an early age. I too was not an exception. With the fear my parents would...


Reversing Climate Change Perils through Rope and Washer Technology

Climate change is a global phenomenon that is disrupting the livelihoods and lives of innumerable smallholder farmers around the world.


The Undulating Journey of Anjum

I am Anjum, a 12-year-old girl from Mewat Region, Haryana of North India. I live in a village which is predominantly Meo Muslim. This is one of the reasons why our village is...


We Will Create a Group like Honey Bees

Srimoti Lolita Rani, a 43 year-old woman laborer of Ramnager Union in Nilphamary district, has been honored as “Joyeeta” for her outstanding contribution on economic and...