July 24, 2014
by Amelia Warshaw, Jennifer Koons

A worldwide vigil for the Nigerian students abducted by Boko Haram draws attention to a major global issue: the education of girls.

January 14, 2014
by Peter Sawyer

A guide for journalists interested in rigorous reporting on solutions to issues related to maternal health.

September 4, 2013 / Untold Stories
by Ameto Akpe

A sisterhood of HIV positive mothers helps others live with the disease.

July 30, 2013 / FrontiersNews
by Ameto Akpe

In Nigeria’s fight against HIV and AIDS, local policies undermine efforts to eradicate disease transmission between mother and child.

July 27, 2013 / Untold Stories
by Ameto Akpe

Photographs from northern Nigeria tell the story of a country falling short in basic maternal health.

January 3, 2013
by Jennifer McDonald

Intersection of health and human rights key for first Campus Consortium student reporting fellow from Boston University.

Maternal health in Nigeria. Image by Dawn Sinclair Shapiro, 2010.
November 10, 2011 / Link TV
by Dawn Sinclair Shapiro

Premiering on Link TV, "The Edge of Joy" follows the lives of Nigerian caregivers working on the front lines of maternal care.

November 1, 2011 / GlobalPost
by Hanna Ingber

In Nepal, activist groups are working with the government to keep young women in school by helping them avoid early marriage.

October 31, 2011 / GlobalPost
by Hanna Ingber

Child marriages are common in Nepal, particularly among the poor. But the practice carries with it devastating consequences for young girls’ health and well-being.

October 27, 2011
by Stephanie Sinclair, Anna Tomasulo

Pulitzer Center grantees conduct a master class on their reporting on child brides, hosted by Boston University Nov. 4.

October 27, 2011
by Stephanie Sinclair, Anna Tomasulo

Boston University hosts panel with Pulitzer Center grantees to discuss the secret world of child marriage.

July 29, 2011
by Hanna Ingber, Anna Tomasulo

In Nepal, child marriage affects every aspect of a girl’s life, from her education prospects to her physical and mental health to her chances for escaping poverty.

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