No More Discos: Community-based Campaign Against HIV Yields Impressive Results

Region: Uganda

Topics: Health

In rural northwestern Uganda, rates of HIV infection are the lowest in the country. The region’s success is attributed to community-based efforts aimed at preventing risky behavior, including an end to the custom of three-day wedding ceremonies with dancing every night.

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Featured Photo of Mexico’s Great Pyramid at Uxmal

Region: Mexico

Topics: Culture

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Featured Photo of a World Cup Vendor at a Football Match in Uganda

Region: Uganda

Topics: Culture

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Intersex People Face Inconsistent Barriers When Changing Gender on National ID Cards

Region: Zambia

Topics: HealthHuman Rights

Intersex people in Zambia struggle to have their gender identity properly recorded on legal documents because the law does not recognize their existence. They are often asked to produce results from expensive medical tests to prove their status and face official hostility because being intersex is often associated with homosexuality, which is illegal in the country.

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Featured Photo of Earthquake Building Damage in Mexico City

Region: Mexico

Topics: Environment

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Featured Photo of Laundering in Guatemala

Region: Guatemala

Topics: Culture

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Featured Photo of the Post-Quake Water Emergency in Mexico

Region: Mexico

Topics: Environment

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Q&A: Zimbabweans, Divided on Land Reform, Discuss Pros and Cons of Mugabe’s System

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Politics

Zimbabwe’s land reforms led to widespread evictions and neglected farms, but it returned prime agricultural space to people who hadn’t been legally able to own or manage it for generations. GPJ sat down with two men – an activist and a one-time farmer – to discuss the land reforms’ long-term impacts.

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Featured Photo of a Free School in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Education

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Featured Photo of Mexican Students Learning How to Make Solar Cells

Region: Mexico

Topics: Education

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