April 18, 2014 / The New Republic
Tomaso Clavarino
In Rwanda, tens of thousands of amputees serve as living reminders of the 1994 genocide.
April 16, 2014 / Untold Stories
Aaron Ross, Rijasolo
What happens to an aid-dependent country when the tap suddenly runs dry? See for yourself, as Aaron Ross and Rijasolo hit the road in Madagascar.
April 14, 2014 / Untold Stories
Daniella Zalcman
An interview with Pepe Julian Onziema, one of the leading LGBT rights activists in Uganda working to fight the recently passed Anti-Homosexuality Act.
February 16, 2009 / Slate
Michael Kavanagh
I'm writing from the Congolese border town of Goma, overlooking the expansive waters of Lake Kivu and, in the near distance, the hills of Rwanda. Sunset here always seems to promise a tomorrow in...
February 16, 2009
Jon Sawyer
Jon Sawyer, Pulitzer Center
February 11, 2009 / Untold Stories
Heba Aly
Sudanese national security forces expelled a Canadian-Egyptian journalist, Heba Aly, just days after she made an inquiry about domestic arms production.
February 9, 2009 / Untold Stories
Michael Kavanagh
Michael Kavanagh, for the Pulitzer Center
February 9, 2009 / Untold Stories
Michael Kavanagh
Michael Kavanagh, for the Pulitzer Center Michael Kavanagh traveled to the DRC on a Pulitzer Center grant
February 1, 2009 / The Washington Post
Joe Rubin
How much lower can Zimbabwe sink?
January 30, 2009 / ABC News Tonight
Barry Simmons
Pulitzer Center grantee Barry Simmon's documentary, "Sons of Lwala," will be recognized by ABC World News Tonight, January 30, 2009.
January 30, 2009 / PBS Frontline
Joe Rubin
Just as a power sharing agreement between Robert Mugabe and the opposition MDC party was announced today in Zimbabwe, Frontline/World's Joe Rubin talks with our correspondent -- who must remain an
January 30, 2009 / Untold Stories
David Hecht
Food production in Nigeria is not keeping pace with population growth. The question is why? The country is not lacking in arable land and has not had a major drought for many years.
January 30, 2009 / MinnPost.com
Sharon Schmickle
Mariam was the victim of double bad luck: First, that mosquito gave her malaria. Second, it was cerebral malaria, a form of the disease that is so severe it often kills children.