Reports by Pulitzer Center journalists for print, online and broadcast news outlets
November 21, 2014 / VICE News Alice Su
Thousands of refugees from Sudan have resettled in Jordan, but confrontations with neighbors and local police have left many feeling unsafe.
November 20, 2014 / Instagram
Peter Gwin
Notes from the field by National Geographic editor and Pulitzer Center grantee Peter Gwin, reporting from Central African Republic earlier this year.
November 17, 2014 / The New York Times
David Rohde, Yochi Dreazen
David Rohde reviews Yochi Dreazen's new book The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War about PTSD and soldiers and civilians who struggle with depression.
December 27, 2010 /
Samantha Danis
Throughout the world, one woman dies during childbirth every 90 seconds…. While the United States has seen an increase in maternal mortality, Belize is finding ways to improve maternal health.The...
December 27, 2010 /
Mark Jeevaratnam
Life circumstances seem bleak for many youth in South Africa but soccer provides skills and a source of hope for some.
December 24, 2010 / Foreign Policy
Joe Bavier
Can Barack Obama really defeat Central Africa's worst guerrilla warlord?
Venia Ellian says of her baby, "When I look at Richard, I remember the rape." She was attacked after the quake. Image by Andre Lambertson. Port-au-Prince, Haiti 2010.
December 22, 2010 / USA Today
Lisa Armstrong
Rape, a serious problem in Haiti prior to the 2010 earthquake, has gone up threefold in Port-au-Prince, according to Refugees International.
December 20, 2010 / Jyllands-Posten
Anna-Katarina Gravgaard
Colombia is at an ecological cross road. The wrong choices can forever damage a fragile ecological system, which most Colombians depend on for their drinking water.
Image by Tracey Eaton, Cubs, 2010.
December 20, 2010 / Houston Chronicle
Tracey Eaton
U.S. aid is controversial in Cuba, where authorities see the programs as an attempt at regime change. As proof, they cite the case of Alan Gross, a development worker who was detained in Cuba one...
Image by Stephanie Hanes, Dominican Republic, 2010.
December 17, 2010 / PBS NewsHour
Steve Sapienza, Stephanie Hanes
A change to the Dominican Republic's constitution has left many residents of Haitian descent lacking citizenship and in a state of legal limbo.
Image by David Rochkind, Moldova, 2010.
December 17, 2010 / BBC
Christina Maria Paschyn
BBC News interviews David Rochkind on how he has funded his reporting projects through grants.
A diagram of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina is one of the treasures found among thousands of ancient manuscripts. Photo by Brent Stirton/National Geopgrahic, Timbuktu, 2010.
December 17, 2010 / National Geographic
Peter Gwin
Timbuktu: The caravan city harbors ancient manuscripts, al Qaeda insurgents, and a world of intrigue.
Haitians have long provided cheap labor in the Dominican Republic. They have fueled the country's sugar industry. Image by Stephanie Hanes, Haiti, 2010.
December 16, 2010 / USA Today
Stephanie Hanes, Steve Sapienza
A change to the Dominican Republic's Constitution, which denies citizenship to children born to undocumented residents, has put into doubt the legal status of people of Haitian descent.

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