Uganda’s Delayed Sexuality Education Program Divides Parents

Region: Uganda

Topics: DevelopmentEducationHealthPolicyReproductive Rights

Parents and religious groups have criticized the government’s plan to teach sexuality education to children as young as 3. Meanwhile, police report a rise in cases of sexual abuse of children, and some civil society groups say the delay in educating them is partly to blame.

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Advocates Argue for Mongolian Government to Rethink Definition of Disability

Region: Mongolia

Topics: AutonomyHuman RightsJobs

Mongolians with disabilities are assigned a percentage, which quantifies their ability to work. Disability rights advocates argue the government’s outdated system, meant to provide workplace equality, does the opposite.

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Coronavirus Shuts Mexican Universities, Crippling Nearby Businesses

Region: Mexico

Topics: CoronavirusDevelopmentEconomyEducation

The city of Puebla, known for its vibrant college life, finds its economy wobbling in the wake of a student strike and the coronavirus pandemic. For scores of enterprises, staying afloat in 2020 has been hard – or, in some cases, impossible.

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Dairy Farmer in Nepal Battles Falling Sales

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Guerrero State Launches Soup Kitchen Amid Coronavirus Crisis

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Mongolian Tunnel Improves Pedestrian Safety

Region: Mongolia

Topics: Moments

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Meet the Women Fighting Forced Marriages in DRC

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: AutonomyEducationHuman RightsWomen's Rights

In DRC’s North Kivu province, forced marriages are often the unhappy result of unplanned pregnancies – even though the practice is illegal. But parents who force their daughters to marry these days will likely receive a visit from the staff of a women’s organization to talk them out of it.

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Once-Proud Puerto Rican Zoo Faces Cruelty Allegations, Uncertain Future

Region: Puerto Rico

Topics: EarthEconomy

It was once known as one of the Caribbean’s best zoos, but hurricane damage forced its closure in 2017. Alleging animal cruelty, some activists now say it should be closed for good.

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Zambian Church Innovates to Prevent Coronavirus Spread

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Construction Worker Sells Masks During Coronavirus Crisis

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