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What Cape Town can learn from Australias millennium drought

On the day marking Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, survivors are educating communities where the practice is still a rite of passage

Indian police arrest doctor accused of spreading HIV

Trumps global gag rule how women are fighting back video

Call it a world of dread and fear, Geldof? Try eating catfish in a Lagos bush bar

Who are the Rohingya and what is happening in Myanmar?

Life on the Congo river boosting survival rates for mothers and babies in pictures

I have seen firsthand how the horrors of Mugabes Zimbabwe haunt our people

Uber for blood how Rwandan delivery robots are saving lives

Crucial step hailed as more than child soldiers released

They exaggerated figures Ugandan aid officials suspended over alleged fraud

I dont live any more Zika takes a heavy toll on milies in Brazil

Gagged Trumps global assault on mily planning

Atia Abawi There were lifejackets everywhere. People died trying to live

Refugee commissioner and three senior officials debarred pending investigation as Britain, US and EU threaten to withdraw funding

I have seen firsthand how the horrors of Mugabes Zimbabwe haunt our people

Life on the Congo river boosting survival rates for mothers and babies in pictures

Landmark case against British mining firm begins

Survivors of human trafficking recount how they were raped, abused and exploited as they became st century slaves

International Organisation for Migration warns Democratic Republic of the Congo close to breaking point as fighting spills into previously sle areas

A year after Donald Trump banned US aid funding for overseas organisations offering abortion services, the She Decides campaign is leading the fightback

Insult to injury how Trumps global gag will hit women traumatised by war

Landmark case against British mining firm begins in Sierra Leone

Mother who fears daughter was driven to suicide demands law change

Her own experiences as a refugee did little to prepare the AfghanAmerican young adult novelist for the gritty realities of Lesbos

There were lifejackets everywhere. People died trying to live

As a psychiatrist in Zimbabwe, Ive witnessed the mental scars caused by years of death, deprivation and struggle. PostMugabe, we need a psychological salve

I believed no man would marry me if I didnt cut battling FGM in Uganda

After years, a breakthrough for victims of dictator Hissne Habr

The Syrian refugee child who started a school

Despite high levels of violence within relationships in Nigeria, wedding vows are still regarded as sacred, and women are urged to stay with bullying husbands

Charcoal is vital to everyday life in Uganda, where wood fuel is widely used for cooking and boiling water yet producing it has disastrous consequences

Political leadership and courage to ease human suffering has been in short supply over the past months, says the secretary general of the Red Cross

Nigerian satirist Elnathan John responds to Do They Know Its Christmas? the Band Aid song that did as much to entrench myths as it did to raise money

Children to receive medical and emotional support as they prepare to rejoin their milies after ceremony in Yambio

There were lifejackets everywhere. People died trying to live

Who are the Rohingya and what is happening in Myanmar?

The world is in a perilous place. Heres my wishlist for change in

Insult to injury how Trumps global gag will hit women traumatised by war

Fresh outbreak of violence after decades of ethnic tensions has prompted tens of thousands of people to flee to Bangladesh

Chilean mother who fears daughter was driven to suicide demands law change

After years, a breakthrough for victims of Chad dictator Hissne Habr

Since contracting the Zika virus while pregnant, Inabela Tavares has struggled to raise a daughter cing severe developmental challenges

There is enough food in the world to go around, yet hundreds of millions of people go to bed each night on an empty stomach

Congo gripped by fear as thousands flee bonechilling violence

Why do people still go hungry? Actor Dougray Scott explains

Ugandan aid officials suspended over alleged fraud

A shelter in Abuja is devoted to rescuing twins from death within remote communities convinced of their evil powers

Women have fought long and hard to secure access to mily planning and abortion, and reduce maternal mortality. A modern timeline of that struggle tells a story full of highs and lows

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Forests ll, animals die, desert looms Ugandas burning problem in pictures

The world is in a perilous place. Heres my wishlist for change in

Uber for blood how Rwandan delivery robots are saving lives

Landmark case against British mining firm begins

UN under fire over inquiry into alleged ual assault

Six men sentenced to death in India for Dalit honour killing

Freeing girls trafficked to Italy for You will not be a slave for ever video

Chilean mother who fears daughter was driven to suicide demands law change

I believed no man would marry me if I didnt cut battling FGM in Uganda

The Syrian refugee child who started a school

Mother who fears daughter was driven to suicide demands law change

Forests ll, animals die, desert looms Ugandas burning problem in pictures

UN under fire over inquiry into alleged ual assault

Lawyers and child protection groups warn Britain routinely returns trafficked children to Vietnam despite risk of further exploitation

Fears grow that Trumps threat to US foreign aid is putting lives at risk

Landmark case against British mining firm begins in Sierra Leone

A year after Antonia Garros Hermosillas death at exboyfriends home, calls continue for action over tal form of abuse

Why do people still go hungry? Actor Dougray Scott explains

Crucial step hailed as more than child soldiers released

Charities watchdog demands answers from Oxm over Haiti scandal

Trumps global gag rule how women are fighting back video

Trumps global gag rule how women are fighting back video

Rwanda becomes first poor country to provide eye care for all

Congo gripped by fear as thousands flee bonechilling violence

Call it a world of dread and fear, Geldof? Try eating catfish in a Lagos bush bar

I dont live any more Zika takes a heavy toll on milies in Brazil

Landmark case against British mining firm begins in Sierra Leone

When Islamist insurgents destroyed the city of Marawi, its women saw an opportunity to demand rights and freedoms previously unknown to them

Atia Abawi There were lifejackets everywhere. People died trying to live

Trust fund set up to secure compensation will lead efforts to recover m stolen from treasury by former president

Atia Abawi There were lifejackets everywhere. People died trying to live

EU deportation of migrants adds to Afghanistans insility, says UN

Fears grow that Trumps threat to US foreign aid is putting lives at risk

After years, a breakthrough for victims of dictator Hissne Habr

In remote areas in the Democratic Republic of the Congos Tshopo province, a programme training health workers aims to tackle maternal and innt mortality

Criminalised, detained, deported UK accused of iling trafficked children

Charities watchdog demands answers from Oxm over Haiti scandal

For a yearold boy in a Lebanese refugee camp, learning about photography ended his isolation, and inspired him to get funding for a school there

Rwanda becomes first poor country to provide eye care for all

Ugandan aid officials suspended over alleged fraud

Indian police arrest doctor accused of spreading HIV

We are brought up to think suffering this violence is OK

Criminalised, detained, deported UK accused of iling trafficked children

Congo gripped by fear as thousands flee bonechilling violence