An Oxfam aid worker in Liberia talks risks, fears, and a few signs of hope.
With thousands of people dying of Ebola simply because of where they were born, the inequality of poverty has never seemed starker than it does right now.
For my hard-working family and friends who earn just above the US minimum wage, a paycheck doesn’t go very far.
Among the speeches at the UN Climate Summit, a mom’s poem for her daughter stood out—and got a standing ovation.
How an ancient tradition is helping to solve some of today’s most pressing food issues.
It's not easy providing aid on the ground in South Sudan. But "it's the only way to get the work done."
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The story of my friend’s family reminds me that ordinary people can do extraordinary things.
Farmer, defender of rights, and elected official Joanna Manu wants to change the relationship between politicians and people in Ghana.