Zambian Girls Take a Leap to Get to School

Region: Zambia

Topics: Moments

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With Glitz and Glamour, Televised Singing Contest Spotlights Haiti’s Young Talent

Region: Haiti

Topics: ArtsCulture

Many Haitian children miss out on school and face serious health risks due to their country’s high poverty rate. A popular singing competition gives them a way to dream about success.

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Nepalese Woman Studies Tailoring

Region: Nepal

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Ironing the Old-Fashioned Way in Sri Lanka

Region: Sri Lanka

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Women in Mexico City Protest Crime

Region: Mexico

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Zimbabwean Children Dance on Cleanup Day

Region: Zimbabwe

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Chinese New Year Celebrations in Mexico

Region: Mexico

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Haitian Mom Gives Daughter Knitting Lessons

Region: Haiti

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Tired of Corruption, Ugandans Explore Formal Banking Opportunities

Region: Uganda

Topics: CorruptionMoney

In Uganda, formal banking has not been a popular or traditional option for investing money. But that may change as the challenges of doing business have more Ugandans seeking out low-risk alternatives.

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Curing Tobacco in Zimbabwe Requires Trees. Can Tobacco Farmers Plant Enough of Them to Save Their Own Industry?

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: BusinessEnvironment

Zimbabwe’s tobacco industry is thriving, but its forests are not even though the government has set aside money for reforestation. Now, tobacco farmers, who rely on burning wood to cure their crop, are taking those efforts into their own hands.

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