Dec 6, 2013:
Interfaith counseling for the widows left in the wake of conflict in Thailand's Deep South have helped contribute to the peace and stability of the region.
Dec 4, 2013:
Vietnam's ethnic minority groups are far more likely to be exposed to HIV/AIDS, making it a major concern for the nation and international community.
Dec 2, 2013:
Increased violence in the Qalamoun area of Rural Damascus, Syria has caused a new wave of refugees to flee into Northern Lebanon.
Nov 29, 2013:
Recently, actress Angelina Jolie appeared before the U.N. Security Council and urged world leaders to make the fight against rape and other sex crimes a top priority for its peacekeeping missions.
Nov 27, 2013:
Earlier this month, World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon made a joint visit to Africa's Sahel region.
Nov 22, 2013:
GreaterGood partner Mercy Corps recently deployed a team to the Philippines to help with the ongoing relief effort in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
Nov 18, 2013:
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Nov 8, 2013:
Niger is one of the world's poorest nations. Malnutrition makes it difficult to nurture healthy, enriched children which in turn perpetuates the nation's cycle of poverty.
Nov 4, 2013:
All over the world, children are often married young and start having children before they are no longer children themselves.
Nov 1, 2013:
Kenyan educator Kakenya Ntaiya grew up in a Maasai village in Kenya where she was engaged at five and underwent the ritual of female genital mutilation. But she only agreed to go through with it after her father let her pursue her education.
Oct 28, 2013:
As part of the United Nations Millennium Goals, combating global hunger and increasing agricultural production has become a priority for the international community.
Oct 25, 2013:
Do you know the 30 articles that collectively make up the international definition of human rights?
Oct 23, 2013:
Nancy Sunday is a member of the Minewolf team working to remove landmines from her home. Driving an armored vehicle designed to crush or denote mines, her contributions are helping to create a safer, more peaceful country while working alongside men.
Oct 11, 2013:
Recently, Malala Yousafzai, advocate for girls' access to education worldwide, appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. In this amazing interview, Jon and Malala talk about her struggles as an international voice for girls, her nomination to receive a Nobel Peace Prize, and her new book, I Am Malala.
Oct 7, 2013:
After decades of civil war, the new nation of South Sudan must grapple with the monumental task of educating its people. As one of the most poorly educated nations in the world, ensuring its citizens are properly educated is a huge undertaking.