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| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Digging up the dead in El Salvador to find the truth

As a forensic archaeologist, Israel Ticas has solved more than 500 homicide and missing persons cases. Editor’s note: This article contains graphic images.   San Salvador, Salvador – When Israel Ticas isn’t in the field, he is…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Saving the traditional midwife in Guatemala

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Midwives-SMALL_1.mp4   For centuries midwives in rural Guatemala have played a key role in delivering babies despite the numerous challenges. Chiquirichapa, Guatemala- Antonina Sanchez Mendez vividly remembers the first time she delivered a baby. The only…

| Heather Gies

El Salvador’s disappearing farmers

Salvadoran youth are abandoning the countryside, leaving behind an increasingly aging population of farmers. Cecilia Lopez, 18, carries a bag of fertilizer to her family’s plot of corn in the village of El Milagro [Heather…

| Kimberly dela Cruz, Heather Gies

El Salvador’s hidden tragedy: ‘I can’t take the agony any more’

The 45-year-old mother of two has been forced to relocated five times due to gang violence [Kimberly dela Cruz/Al Jazeera] San Salvador – Ana Martinez* sometimes cries of happiness and torment at the same time, relieved…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Jucuapa: The coffin-making town in El Salvador

Welcome to the small town where residents abandoned traditional industries to turn a profit in the funeral business. Jucuapa, El Salvador – Driving down the main street in El Salvador’s Jucuapa, it is easy for…

| Nyasha Kadandara

This Easter, people in South Sudan are praying for peace.

SOUTH SUDAN – Watch Nyasha Kadandara’s video on Catholic celebrations of Easter in Juba, South Sudan. Originally published by Al Jazeera English. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Why is community radio in Guatemala important?

Sumpango, Guatemala – Sitting in a courtyard, wearing an indigenous huipil dress, Amanda Chiquito glows as she talks about the challenges and successes of working with the community radio station in Sumpango Sacatepequez, Guatemala. “There…

| Adrienne Surprenant, Julia Steers

Displaced CAR residents fear new wave of violence

Alindao, in the region of Basse-Kotto, Central African Republic, has been the headquarters and operating base of Ali Darassa’s UPC (Union pour la paix en Centrafrique) since February 2017. The city used to have a…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

El Salvador woman jailed after stillbirth seeks freedom

San Salvador, El Salvador – Sitting in the concrete courtyard of Ilopango women’s prison in San Salvador, El Salvador, Teodora del Carmen Vasquez speaks slowly, with the tone of someone who has told her story…