Reports by Pulitzer Center journalists for print, online and broadcast news outlets
May 31, 2016 / Rappler Ana P. Santos
For those seeking asylum in Denmark, Center Sandholm is the first stop
May 31, 2016 / DW
Ana P. Santos, Veejay Villafranca
HIV/AIDS is killing ever more young gay men in the Philippines, making Manila in 2016 start to look like San Francisco in the 1980s. Ana P. Santos reports on an epidemic partly driven by shame.
Syrian man bakes bread under train car
May 30, 2016 / PRI's The World
Jodi Hilton, Jeanne Carstensen
A Syrian immigrant made bread to sell under a railroad car at Idomeni Camp. Refugees were evicted last week. Now all that remains from the bakery are pieces of charred wood.
May 27, 2016 / PRI's The World
Jeanne Carstensen, Jodi Hilton
Over the next few weeks Idomeni camp as it is known now will fade away. It will be emptied. But the trauma of this crisis, both for Greece and the refugees, will not be so easily healed.
May 26, 2016 / The Tennessean
Larry McCormack, Jamie Mcgee
Chicken farming brightens future for Haitians.
May 25, 2016 / The Tennessean
Jamie Mcgee, Larry McCormack
Haiti's chicken industry fell apart in the late 1990s after lowered import tariffs hurt locals' ability to compete. Efforts are underway to revive the lost market.
May 24, 2016 / Mongabay
Justin Catanoso
The UN is revitalizing a program that gives wealthy nations carbon credits for investing in emission-reducing projects in developing nations; human rights protections are not yet part of the plan.
May 24, 2016 / National Geographic
Richard Paddock, Larry C. Price
Mercury waste from small-scale gold mining contaminates air, water and food to sicken and kill. In a series on global pollution, we look at mercury's deadly toll, especially on the young.
May 23, 2016 / The Tennessean
Jamie Mcgee, Larry McCormack
In Haiti, many of the children living in orphanages have living parents, a testament to the desperation parents feel when they struggle to provide food for their children.
May 23, 2016 / The Tennessean
Jamie Mcgee, Larry McCormack
Mission trips pour into Haiti each week. An organization that has been hosting groups for a decade envisions a better model based on job creation.
May 23, 2016 / The Tennessean
Jamie Mcgee, Larry McCormack
Rebuilding a chicken sector in rural Haiti has been accompanied by challenges including training, repayments and cheap imports, but now hundreds are able to access a new source of sustainable income.
May 23, 2016 / The Tennessean
Jamie Mcgee, Larry McCormack
The Marriott Port-au-Prince hotel is in its second year of operation and employs 165 people, nearly all of whom are Haitian. Still, demand is less than anticipated.
May 23, 2016 / The Tennessean
Jamie Mcgee, Larry McCormack
Trapping mosquitoes to check for Zika and other diseases in Haiti