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Floods, Drought, and Displacement Hit Pakistan’s Women Hardest

by Sarah Irving –UK– The monsoon floods in Pakistan have killed thousands and affected an estimated twenty million people across several provinces. According to development organizations […]

Feature Articles, Housing, Natural Disasters, NGO's, Pakistan, The World, Violence Against Women

Hands On in Haiti: Defying Disaster and Questioning Humanitarianism

by Michelle Chen –USA– It’s been weeks since I left Haiti, but the fractured images of the ruined city replay themselves like a battered flipbook. Speeding […]

Feature Articles, Haiti, Natural Disasters, NGO's, The World

The Story of Stuff’s Annie Leonard Says “It’s so solvable”: 2009 Bioneers Conference Focuses on Solutions

by Kimberly N. Chase – USA – Walking through any one of America’s big cities, the wind may brush a candy bar wrapper across the street […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, NGO's, Politics & Democracy, The World, Waste

Rows of Opportunities: Art of the Olympians Is Planting the Seeds of Excellence

by Cathy Oerter – USA – I ran through the Iowa countryside, young and carefree, unaware of the life I had been richly blessed with. It […]

Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Marriage, NGO's, Olympics, Sports, Teaching & Learning, United States

Zambian Youth Activist Scoops International Award

by Susan Mwape – Zambia – According to a Zimbabwean Proverb, even the smallest bird can sing from the tallest tree. Zambian Irene Banda, a 25 […]

Activism, Africa, Feature Articles, NGO's, Politics & Democracy, Social Justice, Zambia