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Rebuilding Nepal, Four Years After the Quake

Region: World

Topics: Beyond the Story

Three-quarters of destroyed homes are either fully rebuilt or being repaired after Nepal’s devastating 2015 earthquake. But gaps in government assistance show that a full recovery may never materialize.

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Different Voices, Different Values: Reproductive Health Around the World

Region: World

Topics: Reproductive Rights

All over the world, communities are thinking about reproductive healthcare – whether they’re banning abortion or expanding family planning services. Global Press Journal’s coverage over the years has highlighted how certain places and regions address these issues, and how it impacts the women whose lives are directly affected.

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When the U.S. Pulls the Funding Plug, How Do Reproductive Health Providers Proceed?

Region: World

Topics: Reproductive Rights

In 2017, the United States reenacted a policy that dramatically limited how reproductive healthcare providers around the world could use its money. But proving the policy’s actual impact on reproductive health programs worldwide, from Nepal to Zimbabwe, is difficult: Some providers found funding elsewhere, while others are reluctant to share information about their work, leading to a lack of data.

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Life in the Cold, Thin Air

Region: World

Topics: Beyond the Story

While people living at high elevations across the world have adapted to their harsh surroundings over time, climate change brings new dangers that are harder to combat.

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What Happens When the Internet is Out, and the Government is to Blame?

Region: World

Topics: Beyond the Story

Governments around the world limit dissent by restricting access to the internet. These shutdowns regularly affect regions where Global Press Journal operates, so we set out to understand how and why they happen.

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To Mark International Day of the Girl, a Look at the Joys and Hardships of Girlhood

Region: World

Topics: Child Rights

Since 2012, the world has recognized October 11 as International Day of the Girl. This day of awareness, created by the U.N., seeks to highlight the needs and rights of the more than 1 billion girls in the world. We asked girls in 10 countries to reflect on the best and worst aspects of being a girl. Their answers might surprise you.

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Facing Extreme Risk on the Journey North, Many Central Americans Choose to Stay in Mexico

Region: MexicoWorld

Topics: Human Migration

People crossing the southern border of the U.S. face tremendous risks both from immigration authorities and the punishing desert climate, but an effort in southern Mexico aims to make migrants aware of these risks and expand access to asylum applications in Mexico. The effort’s striking results aren’t making headlines – but they’re making a difference.

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