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The New York Times

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2 October 2019

Istanbul, Turkey

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Thanks to increased awareness and public pressure, Turkey has shifted from culling street animals to catching, neutering, and vaccinating them. Following social media campaigns and the work of activists, Turkey's gove...

The Diplomat

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10 September 2018

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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A Mongolian man named Ulziitogtork transformed a former granite mine that was filled with rubbish into a park/community center for children that sits on top of an artificial lake. Children used to play in the mine, wh...

News Deeply

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17 May 2018

Pursat, Cambodia

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To combat potentially fatal hygiene practices, women in Cambodia have learned how to build and sell toilets, breaking into a historically male-dominated field. The small businesses have resulted in hundreds of sales w...

Public Radio International (PRI)

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21 March 2018

Mandalay, Myanmar

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In the rural villages surrounding Mandalay in Myanmar, marionette puppet masters pull the strings to teach children about topics ranging from health and hygiene to human trafficking. In addition to offering memorable ...

News Deeply

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11 January 2018

Mongolia

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By increasing access to maternal clinics and embracing innovations in medical telecommunications technology, Mongolia has dramatically decreased deaths related to pregnancy and birth. With many people living in remote...

Bright Magazine

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25 February 2016

Malawi

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Some communities in Malawi are beginning to fight child marriage their own way—with music, dance, and a few tears, using theater to motivate cultural change.

Ensia

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26 May 2015

Malawi

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The people of Malawi count on wood for cooking, cleaning, and sanitation, which contributes to the country’s ranking as fifth highest in the world for deforestation. Once thought unsolvable, the people of the country ...

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