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| Sonia Narang

After Devastating Cyclone, Fiji Farmers Plant For A Changed Climate

Inside a bustling market in the north coast town of Tavua on Fiji’s largest island, farmer Adi Alesi Nacoba stacks her produce of the day. She carefully lays out eggplants, chilies, and papayas at her…

| Shayla Harris

PHOTOS: Looking Cool In Congo — Even When The Electricity Goes Out

Barbershops and beauty salons are everywhere and overflowing with customers in Goma, a city on the eastern edge of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Women get their hair extended, dyed, or elaborately braided. Men have…

| Mónica Ortiz Uribe

Mexico And U.S. Team Up To Create Low-Cost Wheelchairs

Political tension between the United States and Mexico is making headlines with talk of disrupting longstanding trade deals and constructing a border wall. And then there’s the story of Antonio Garcia. A mechanic from southern…

| Madeleine Schwartz

New York Review Of Books’: In El Salvador, A Town Combats Gang Violence

El Salvador is a country that’s riddled with crime. The town of San José Guayabal is commended for combating gangs. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Madeleine Schwartz, a reporter for The New York Review of…

| Durrie Bouscaren

As South Sudan Fights, Refugees Flow Into Uganda

One way to measure the growing turmoil in South Sudan is by the rapidly expanding refugee influx in neighboring Uganda. A crowd of refugees press into a food distribution area at Pagirinya Refugee Settlement, one…

| Tennessee Watson

When The Legal System Disappoints A Victim Of Child Sex Abuse

Rachel Martin speaks with journalist Tennessee Watson, who’s reported on her own experience being molested. [Editor’s note: this conversation includes discussion of child sexual abuse.] RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: One in 10 U.S. adults were sexually…

| Kiana Hayeri, Erika Beras

Giving Ex-Child Soldiers a Chance to be Kids Again

In a hot, dusty courtyard in Goma, a city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, about 50 teenage boys begin their daily practice of capoeira, a dance-like martial art. As they wave their arms…

| Erika Beras

Rwanda Tries to Persuade Its Citizens to Drink the Coffee They Grow

Some of the best coffee beans in the world are grown in Africa, and while the number of coffee consumers there is growing, most Africans still don’t drink it. That’s something Rwanda’s government would like…

| Karen Coates

How Bicycles Are Helping To Heal Rwanda

Adrien Niyonshuti of Rwanda heads down a field during the men’s mountain bike race in the 2012 Olympics. Bryn Lennon/Getty Images This weekend, Rwanda will host the Africa Mountain Bike Tour, an Olympic-qualifying championship race.…