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Disability-inclusive health care has mountains to climb In Nepal

Physiotherapy services in remote regions of Nepal provide a glimpse at a more inclusive future for the post-'quake country.
from Devex on Feb 20, 2019.

Who's most affected by Nigeria's election postponement?

A look at some of the Nigerians most affected by the postponement of Saturday's election.
from allAfrica on Feb 19, 2019.

Beside a vast graveyard, a new city rises in Haiti

After Haiti's 2010 earthquake thousands of bodies were buried in Titanyen, where a lively new community arose. But it's unrecognised by the government—and may remain so.
from Pulitzer Centre on Feb 18, 2019.

The two faces of Norway’s rainforest policies

Norway's government gives millions to Brazil for rainforest conservation, while Norsk Hydro's mines and smelters clear, pillage and pollute.
from Latin America Bureau on Feb 14, 2019.

Venezuelan doctors are an unexpected boon for Latin America’s poor

An exodus of more than 22,000 physicians from Venezuela in the past five years is reshaping medicine in Latin America.
from Bloomberg on Feb 12, 2019.

Colombia’s disaster-ridden hydropower project runs second largest river dry

Colombia's Cauca river was reduced to less than 10 per cent of normal flow after the country’s largest hydroelectric dam project took emergency measures this week.
from Mongabay on Feb 8, 2019.

Morena Baccarin's eyewitness account of Venezuela's refugee crisis

Morena Baccarin, star of Deadpool and a voice for the International Rescue Committee, recently travelled to Colombia to meet Venezuelan refugees.
from International Rescue Committee on Feb 5, 2019.

Biodiversity thrives in Ethiopia’s church forests

If you see a forest in Ethiopia, you know there is very likely to be a church in the middle, says Alemayehu Wassie.
from Nature on Feb 3, 2019.

The human factor in clean water

Projects providing safe water in the world’s poor regions often fail because of inadequate planning, maintenance or persuasive power.
from Knowable Magazine on Feb 1, 2019.

Crusade against sex education undermines progress in Latin America

The conservative and religious crusade against sex education undermines progress in Latin America and could further drive up rates of teen pregnancy, diseases and abuse.
from IPS on Jan 30, 2019.
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