November 24, 2013 /
Rebecca Gibian, Paul Salopek
"Walking is falling forward." Pulitzer Center grantee Paul Salopek is following our first footsteps, on a seven-year walk around the earth. National Geographic makes the walk its cover story.
September 16, 2013 / The Lancet
Samuel Loewenberg
Several major aid agencies have been blamed for not addressing rights violations in Ethiopia, including those linked to their programs in the country.
July 26, 2013 / The Washington Post | KidsPost
Kem Knapp Sawyer
Paul Salopek is an adventurer and a dreamer, an old-fashioned trekker and a modern day explorer. He has set out on foot to circle the world, a 21,000 mile journey that will take 7 years to complete.
April 17, 2008 / Untold Stories
Alex Stonehill
Water is the new oil.
April 13, 2008 / Women's eNews
Sarah Stuteville
In Kenya's massive shanty town of Kibera, water is often unhealthy and far more expensive than in more affluent neighborhoods.
March 30, 2008 / Daily Nation (Kenya)
Ernest Waititu
The scene is Kechene, Addis Ababa - one the poorest slums in Ethiopia. Mena Suvari, one of Hollywood's eminent stars, strides across a trench of sewage.
March 28, 2008
Sarah Stuteville
For women in Dillo, Ethiopia, fetching water is a daily ritual, but also a daily danger.
March 28, 2008 / Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Alex Stonehill
All images by Alex Stonehill.
March 23, 2008 / Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Sarah Stuteville
Chala Ahmed, 26, hit the jackpot eight years ago when he won the U.S. visa lottery in the bustling eastern Ethiopian town of Haramaya.
March 22, 2008 / Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Sarah Stuteville
EDITOR'S NOTE: Today is World Water Day.
March 21, 2008 / 1H2O
Sarah Stuteville
“Just breathe,” I tell myself as I slowly shuffle up the dusty gravel path. “One breath with each step.” I have a muddy yellow plastic can strapped to my back.
March 21, 2008 / 1H2O
Sarah Stuteville
Here, a cactus rises where fishing boats once bobbed.
March 15, 2008 / Frontline
Alex Stonehill, Jessica Partnow, Sarah Stuteville
When Chala Ahmed won the U.S. visa lottery in the town of Haramaya in eastern Ethiopia, his first thought was to earn enough money in America to build his mother a home.