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| Masuma Ahuja

Preschool Teachers Help Families Cope While Mothers Work Abroad

In the Sri Lankan hills, preschool teachers run classes to prepare women for the practical and emotional realities of taking on migrant work in a foreign country and teach husbands how to do the job…

| Sara Hylton

The Mothers and Midwives Behind South Sudan’s Maternal Mortality Crisis

The world’s youngest country, South Sudan, also has one of the world’s highest maternal mortality rates. In her photo essay, Sara Hylton captures the challenges facing new mothers in Juba and the struggles of midwives…

| Sarah Barrett

LGBT Community the Forgotten Targets of Colombia’s Civil War

During the half century of armed conflict between the government and guerrilla fighters, many members of Colombia’s LGBT community were victims of violence and sexual assault. Now the government is dragging its feet on their…

| Sonia Narang

Life on the Front Line of Climate Change for Fiji’s Women and Girls

Fiji is already feeling the effects of a warming world, with high-intensity cyclones and flooding destroying livelihoods across the South Pacific. As with so many natural disasters, it’s women and girls who are hardest hit.…

| Sonia Narang

Fiji’s Climate Champion Speaks Up for Women in the Wake of Cyclones

When a cyclone devastated Eta Tuvuki’s remote village in Fiji, she wanted to make sure women hit by extreme weather were being heard. Now she brings their concerns to decision makers in the capital and…

| Oluwabusayo Sotunde

Forced to Be a House Girl: The Fight to Free Tanzania’s Child Slaves

About 1 million children in Tanzania, most of them girls, are illegally being made to work as domestic servants. At one local NGO, former child workers rescue children working in households where they face abuse and neglect.…

| Sruthi Gottipati

Widows of War on Poaching Find a Living in DRC’s Virunga National Park

Inhabited by various rebel groups fighting the conflict in DRC, Virunga National Park is a dangerous place to work. As rangers risk their lives to protect the park’s animals, a local project helps provide support…

| Irene Savio

Africans Face Dead End After Death-Defying Odyssey to U.S

The number of Africans crossing the Americas to seek refuge in the grew tenfold last year. Now survivors of that long, expensive and dangerous journey face shrinking prospects of reaching the U.S. and more hardships…

| Didem Tali

‘We Have Known Men’: Former Girl Soldiers Suffer Stigma Back Home

An estimated 40 percent of child soldiers around the world are girls, many of whom face discrimination and struggle to reintegrate into their communities once they leave the armed groups who kidnapped them. Hundreds of…