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| Laura Gottesdiener, Amy Littlefield

Meet Christus, the US Catholic Health Chain Restricting Access to Reproductive Care in Mexico

As Mexico’s largest Catholic health-care system, Christus restricts a range of reproductive health services, including contraceptives, sterilization, abortion, and in vitro fertilization. It costs about a month’s salary for the average Mexican to deliver a…

| Cristina Baussan, Anna Spelman

14 dólares por 12 horas de trabajo: detrás de cada banana de Honduras hay un campesino mal pagado

Chiquita, el principal exportador de bananas desde Honduras a Estados Unidos, enfrenta acusaciones de explotación laboral. Sus empleados se quejan de los bajos sueldos y las condiciones riesgosas de trabajo. LA LIMA, Honduras.- Antes del amanecer,…

| Emily Kinskey

These Stories Tell The Harsh Realities Of Working In An Overseas Factory

“Every time you buy one of these shirts, please think about it, you are buying a piece of the life of the woman who made it.” Text by Gabriel H. Sanchez, BuzzFeed News Photo Essay Editor…

| Boer Deng

Criminals spirit away Mexico’s national liquor

Once a working man’s drink, tequila is now an export worth billions and, increasingly, a target for thieves, Boer Deng writes Agave plantations are under threat as the market for tequila keeps growing Down in…

| 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…

| Heather Gies

Battle for Water Rights Heats Up in El Salvador

Activists demonstrate against water privatization outside the Legislative Assembly after marching from the University of El Salvador, San Salvador, July 5, 2018. Sandra Valladares scrapes together a living, washing windshields in the streets of El…

| Clare Fieseler

The women behind your supermarket’s sustainable food

Women work in a tilapia processing plant. (photos by Clare Fieseler for The Lily) A small fish native to Nile River is now served daily around the world. A drone shot of Lago de Yojoa,…

| Karen Coates

Warming waters hurt Zanzibar’s seaweed. But women farmers have a plan.

Zanzibar’s streets are serene in the dark moments before sunrise, and an amber glow tints the beach. The tide is out, and the air is fresh. A few women head to work, toting sticks on…

| Inna Lazareva

Auto repair shop jump-starts Ugandan child soldiers into new lives

“You just … get your gun, shoot people, rob people – that’s how we used to get money” By Inna Lazareva AWACH, Uganda, May 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As a young boy chasing chickens…