Zambian Boy Carries Vegetables for Sale

Region: Zambia

Topics: Moments

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Cutting Down Bananas in Haiti

Region: Haiti

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Minimum Wage Hike Backfires for Domestic Workers in Zambia

Region: Zambia

Topics: EconomyJobsMoney

The Zambian government passed a law in 2018 that dramatically increased the minimum wage. But the move, intended to help workers, has left maids scrambling to find jobs.

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In Srinagar, Renowned Floating Gardens Have Been Men’s Domain – Until Now

Region: Indian-administered Kashmir

Topics: AgricultureJobsWomen's Rights

Dal Lake is known as a jewel of Indian-administered Kashmir. Now, women, who are increasingly cultivating produce on the lake, say it’s key to their livelihoods.

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Ugandan Fun Run Is a Colorful Sight

Region: Uganda

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Zimbabwe’s Policy Ending Dialysis Fees Saves Lives But Strains Hospitals

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: AccessHealth

A new policy has made accessing dialysis at government hospitals more affordable for some. But as the number of patients grows, the strain on hospital resources may threaten everyone’s access to treatment.

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Ugandans Prepare Matooke for a Party

Region: Uganda

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Young Sri Lankan Shrimper at Work

Region: Sri Lanka

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Separating Fabric Pieces in Indian Capital

Region: India

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In Mexico’s Poorest State, Training Program Helps Youth Make the Most of Few Options

Region: Mexico

Topics: BusinessChild RightsJobs

In Chiapas, the state with Mexico’s highest childhood poverty rate, many children quit school early to work instead. These youth have few options, but a training program strives to put opportunity within reach.

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