Stories about Development from July, 2018
Sharing a passion for permaculture in Suriname
An interview with Alex Yakaumo, a permaculturalist who spends his time lecturing and running workshops about self-sustaining agricultural ecosystems in his community in Commewijne.
One of Europe's last primeval forests crumbles in the hands of the Polish government
Watchdog environmental organizations say at least 160,000-180,000 trees were felled since 2016, after the Polish government tripled the amount of wood to be harvested from Białowieża.
Southern Iraq rages over dire living conditions
With frequent power cuts intensifying the effects of a brutal heatwave, people have taken to the streets to demand better public services, jobs and an end to corruption.
Why Bamyan province brings out the best of Afghanistan
"These pictures give us a clear message: security, awareness and gender equality. I wish to have such gatherings in all provinces."
First Malaria World Congress explores ways forward as elimination efforts stall
The message from the 1st Malaria World Congress: "We're at a crossroads. We neglect #malaria at our peril."
First comprehensive study on child abuse in Madagascar points to alarming level of violence
89% of children report having suffered from domestic abuse at least once and 30% of minors in the island have had a child.