Brazilian women's changing roles in society have led to a dramatic decrease in the country's fertility rates.
Mongolia's rising temperatures and extreme weather conditions are impacting the livestock of the country's nomadic herders.
PBS Newshour speaks with Pulitzer Center journalist Rebecca Hamilton on the challenges the new nation of South Sudan, which declared independence on Saturday, July 9, will face in the future.
PBS Newshour speaks to Rebecca Hamilton on its May 31 News Wrap. She speaks about North and South Sudan's agreement to set up a demilitarized border zone patrolled by both sides.
PBS NewsHour speaks with Rebecca Hamilton on Northern Sudan's warning to Southern Sudan to withdraw from the disputed border region of Abyei; the South refused.
In "Edge of Joy," filmmaker Dawn Shapiro goes inside a busy maternity ward in Nigeria, where maternal deaths are among the world's highest.
"The Edge of Joy," an issue-driven documentary regarding maternal health in Nigeria aired in excerpt April 28th on PBS NewsHour.
Special correspondent Steve Sapienza reports on an innovative approach for getting water to slum dwellers in Bangladesh.
The report is the latest in a series on global population issues in collaboration with National Geographic and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
This video was also featured on PBS Newshour Extra.
As residents of southern Sudan vote on a referendum to secede from the north, dozens have been killed in new violence.
Sudanese in the US have been given the opportunity to vote on the referendum for southern secession. They share their hopes and dreams for a new southern Sudan.
Sudan begins voting Sunday on a referendum that will decide whether the South will secede from the North.
Five months after floodwaters washed away homes and villages in Pakistan, some parts of the country are still underwater.