Featured Photo of a Stage Removal in Mexico City

Region: Mexico

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As Kidney Disease Runs Rampant in Haiti, Greater Funding for Hospitals Is Needed

Region: Haiti

Topics: Health

At public hospitals, malfunctioning equipment and a shortage of items used in dialysis mean that patient treatments are likely to be infrequent; costs at private hospitals are prohibitive. In a society that relies on imports of unhealthy processed foods and that has suffered a string of natural disasters, many people have diabetes and hypertension, the chief causes of kidney disease.

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Featured Photo of a Children’s Robot-Making Workshop in Uganda

Region: Africa

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Featured Photo of a Christmas Play in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

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Featured Photo of a Crèche Maker in Sri Lanka

Region: Sri Lanka

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Expired Goods Prove to Be Both a Popular And Dangerous Choice for Many in the DRC

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: BusinessHealth

In Kisangani’s central market, out-of-date food, cosmetics and other products abound. Government officials responsible for preventing the circulation of expired goods face an uphill battle because the cheaper prices of these no-good goods appeal to customers.

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Featured Photo of Mattress Makers in Nepal

Region: Nepal

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Featured Photo of a Mexico City Skating Rink

Region: Mexico

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Featured Photo of a Haitian Makeup Artist

Region: Haiti

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Case Closed: Mediation Offers Resolution For Most Cases in Sri Lanka’s Legal System

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: Human RightsPolitics

The court system in Sri Lanka is overwhelmed by a backlog of nearly 28,000 cases for the country’s 85 judges. Some criminal and civil cases, however, can be resolved through community mediation boards, a system staffed by volunteers who heard more than 220,000 cases in 2016. This is the story of two women who brought their disputes to mediation, as well as a look inside a school classroom where mediation takes place.

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