Uma visita a Unidade de Saúde da Família nos morros do Recife esclarece a conexão entre moradia e saúde na comunidade.
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O número de partos vivos reduziu em quase 10% em Pernambuco, o estado brasileiro onde a Zika foi primeiro detectada. O que levo a este declínio?
The United States claims they were never in Laos during the Vietnam War, but Mr. Vounta and his missing left leg tell another story.
80 million unexploded American bombs in Laos continue to kill unsuspecting children today.
An inside look at daily life in Venezuela during a time of crisis.
Almost 50 years after they were dropped, 80 million unexploded American bombs in Laos continue to kill and injure innocent civilians. Now, Lao people are working to find and destroy them.
Erin McGoff is producing a full-length documentary about the resilience of the Lao people who work to clear 80 million unexploded ordnance from the U.S. Secret War in Laos.
Lung Ki spent his childhood in bitter darkness to survive the constant raining of American bombs.
A glimpse into daily life in San Salvador, often called the murder capital of the world.
Organizations such as the Instituto Cultural de Macau work on a daily basis to revive the Portuguese culture in Macau—investing money and time. But are their efforts enough?
With the socio-politic and economic crisis in Venezuela, there has been a decline in public services. This traveler's airport experience is one example of the current situation.
Venezuela: There is richness, there is poverty, but overall there is a need for change.