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23Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A woman carries a water canister in a village near Loiyangalani, Kenya. Photo/Agencies

The world has made tremendous progress in bridging the gap between water supply and demand. But...

23Feb 2018
The Guardian

Education empowers young people like Sarah Nasira, a Kenyan pupil leading a class. Photo/Reuters

The evidence is clear: education changes lives, in ways that are often not fully understood.

23Feb 2018
The Guardian

A Turkana woman buys food from a refugee woman in Kakuma camp in north western Kenya. Photo/Refugee Studies Centre.

Refugees are increasingly regarded as a development issue, rather than simply a focus for...

23Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

After Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu in March 2015, the country received more than 77 large shipping containers filled with donations. Photo/IRIN

A warehouse in Vanuatu’s capital, Port Vila, holds 10 huge shipping containers filled to the...

22Feb 2018
The Guardian

For every industrial robot introduced into the workforce, six jobs are eliminated. Photo/IPS

Amazon has recently introduced Amazon Go, a shop where the customer enters, chooses a product...

22Feb 2018
The Guardian

Francis Njoroge and other young people work on a tree seedling farm in Kimandi, Kenya, February 20, 2016. Photo/Thomson Reuters Foundation

When Francis Njoroge graduated with an engineering degree in Nairobi, he expected to earn a six-...

22Feb 2018
The Guardian

FAO regional representative Julio Berdegue (R), and the deputy regional representative Eve Crowley, during the presentation of the organisation’s 35th Regional Conference objectives, to be held in March in Jamaica. Photo/ FAORLC

Identifying territories where rural poverty is most entrenched in Latin America and the...

21Feb 2018
The Guardian

In the past, Lameck Sibukale only knew savings in the form of rearing chickens, goats and more...

21Feb 2018
The Guardian

A learning session in progress at a pre-primary class. Challenges facing basic education level in developing countries are enormous and myriad. Government leaders need to honour their commitments to invest more in children's education. Photo/Rippleafrica.org

A few weeks ago, on February 1 and 2, 10 current and three former heads of state and more than...

21Feb 2018
The Guardian

Alice Bezerra, who was born in October 2015 with microcephaly, with her father, João. Photo/The Guardian

In her home in the hillside favela in Recife, Inabela Tavares straps a support vest around the...

21Feb 2018
The Guardian

Men hang a banner reading "Everything for Peace" for an event attended by France's President Francois Hollande and his Colombian counterpart Juan Manuel Santos in the FARC concentration zone of Caldono, Colombia, January 23, 2017. Photo/REUTERS

Every time Maria Alejandra Mahecha sees the machete scar on her father's face, she is reminded...

20Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A learning session in progress at a pre-primary class. Challenges facing basic education level in developing countries are enormous and myriad. Government leaders need to honour their commitments to invest more in children's education. Photo/Rippleafrica.org

A few weeks ago, on February 1 and 2, 10 current and three former heads of state and more than...

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