November 26, 2011 /
The New York Times
Millions of people are starving unnecessarily in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. The world knows how to prevent drought-induced famine. So why doesn’t it?
November 23, 2011 /
El Alto is one of the fastest-growing cities in South America, but its infrastructure is lagging. The city’s wastewater is piped directly into rivers that connect to Lake Titicaca.
November 21, 2011 /
The Iraqi government has cut food rations, upsetting many citizens who rely on government support to feed their families.
November 18, 2011 /
Liberia Women Democracy Radio
The Liberian government claims it has provided piped water to Monrovia's worst slum. Yet, the erratic supply leaves residents with little choice but to keep on consuming unclean water.
November 10, 2011 /
Premiering on Link TV, "The Edge of Joy" follows the lives of Nigerian caregivers working on the front lines of maternal care.
November 7, 2011 /
Illegal gold mining has become rampant in Peru. The government has tried to curb the practice by raiding mining operations, but so far this has had little impact.
November 4, 2011
Famine and war have pushed tens of thousands of Somali refugees to camps along the Ethiopian border. The crisis is likely to grow worse, straining the resources of aid groups.
October 11, 2011
This project looks at the paradox of Jamaican agriculture: an abundant supply of fish, fruits and vegetables while farmers struggle to find financial success.
October 5, 2011 /
In Nigeria's Benue state, water is a scarce commodity and selling it is profitable business for some.
September 23, 2011 /
Solving Dhaka’s sanitation issue is simple. Steve Sapienza says the Bangladeshi capital needs only to provide slum residents clean water and worry less about the resources used to pay for it.