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Where climate cash is flowing and why it’s not enough

Investments are needed to keep global warming within safe thresholds.
from Nature on Sep 20, 2019.

Behind the front lines of the ebola wars

How the World Health Organization is battling bullets, politics and a deadly virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
from Nature on Sep 13, 2019.

Beyond the bite

Living with malaria in Sierra Leone.
from New Internationalist on Sep 10, 2019.

Beyond the bite

Living with malaria in Sierra Leone.
from New Internationalist on Sep 10, 2019.

A land without water: the scramble to stop Jordan from running dry

Climate change, a wave of refugees and poor planning are draining water supplies in Jordan.
from Nature Communications on Sep 6, 2019.

Sexual violence, HIV and conflict in South Sudan

Spreading HIV in South Sudan seems to fit with a pattern of domination and humiliation in the civil war.
from Pulitzer Center on Sep 4, 2019.

Sexual violence, HIV and conflict in South Sudan

Spreading HIV in South Sudan seems to fit with a pattern of domination and humiliation in the civil war.
from Pulitzer Center on Sep 4, 2019.

No simple solutions: women, displacement and durable solutions in South Sudan

The voices and experiences of South Sudanese women are brought to the fore in a report exploring the motivations and intentions of returning and displaced women.
from oxfam on Sep 3, 2019.

'Three lone girls'

An environmental scientist, an educationist and a documentary filmmaker travel through Pakistan documenting the lives of people dealing with climate change
from Thethirdpole on Aug 29, 2019.

World Photography Day: reflecting back on 2019 so far

For World Photography Day, take a moment to appreciate inspiring Greenpeace images from 2019 so far.
from Greenpeace on Aug 20, 2019.
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