Engineering Problem: Venezuelan Engineers Flee to Argentina but Find Few Jobs Await

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human MigrationJobs

As Venezuela’s economic crisis worsens, almost 7,000 Venezuelan engineers have moved to Argentina during the past two years. But Argentina’s economy is staggering, too, and the job market is fiercely competitive, so where does that leave a trained engineer?

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Zambian Football Fans Root for Their Team

Region: Zambia

Topics: Moments

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Art Therapy: Refugees in Ugandan Camp Using Drawing and Drama to Heal Trauma

Region: Uganda

Topics: HealthHuman Migration

The Nakivale Refugee Settlement is home to more than 94,000 refugees, many of whom experienced trauma before they escaped from conflicts in nearby countries. The camp’s only entrepreneur network, Opportunigee, is now behind new programs using art therapy to help transform the lives of refugees, especially children.

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Despite Reputation as Way Station, Mexico Is Becoming a Destination for Migrant Women

Region: Mexico

Topics: Human MigrationWomen's Rights

Women are nearly as likely as men to migrate, fleeing violence and poverty in their home countries to seek opportunities abroad. Many of these women don’t set out for Mexico – but a new social program and the success stories of others are making it an attractive destination.

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Dominican Republic Cracking Down on Illegal Immigration, Sending Many Haitians Home

Region: Haiti

Topics: Human Migration

After Haiti’s devastating 2010 earthquake and with frequent political turmoil there, tens of thousands of Haitians have crossed the border on their island in recent years to the neighboring Dominican Republic. But the Dominican Republic has started to send many of those Haitians back.

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Fishing the Traditional Way in DRC

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Sri Lankan Man Sells Oil Lamps

Region: Sri Lanka

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Zimbabwean Artist Sculpts Works From Tires

Region: Zimbabwe

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Guatemalan Women Buy Flowers

Region: Guatemala

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Gone Are the Goats: Wedding Dowries Get a Tech Upgrade in DRC

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Culture

In previous generations in Democratic Republic of Congo, dowries were often livestock or home furnishings. But today, prospective fathers-in-law are asking for smartphones, televisions and motorcycles, and would-be grooms are wondering how to pay for it all.

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