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  • Article: A Cafe Run by Acid Attack Survivors Attracts Visitors From Around the World

    A Cafe Run by Acid Attack Survivors Attracts Visitors From Around the World

    From TakePart|April 11, 2018

    The women of Sheroes’ Hangout serve coffee and share their personal stories. Read more

  • Article: Go behind the wheel in India's fearless all-female Taxi fleet

    Go behind the wheel in India's fearless all-female Taxi fleet

    From TakePart|Oct. 27, 2016

    You’re not likely to find many women taxi drivers in Delhi, but that’s changing. Read more

  • Article: The forest has surprising new allies: Reformed drug dealers and thieves

    The forest has surprising new allies: Reformed drug dealers and thieves

    From TakePart|Jan. 6, 2016

    A reformed youth group is allowed to sell trees in reforested areas for reporting illegal logging. Read more

  • Article: There’s a good reason why plastic bottles are littering the roads in Bhutan

    There’s a good reason why plastic bottles are littering the roads in Bhutan

    From TakePart|Jan. 1, 2016

    The country hopes to cut the amount of plastic waste going to landfills by 30 to 40 percent. Read more

  • Article: Cambodia’s first solar-powered Tuk-Tuk is brewing coffee for a good cause

    Cambodia’s first solar-powered Tuk-Tuk is brewing coffee for a good cause

    From TakePart|Dec. 29, 2015

    The bright blue tuk-tuk has become a symbol of Cambodia’s recent developments in all areas. Read more

  • Article: A lucrative crop—it's not opium poppies—may help Afghanistan's farmers

    A lucrative crop—it's not opium poppies—may help Afghanistan's farmers

    From TakePart|Dec. 28, 2015

    An exotic spice found in Spanish paella and could help rebuild a country damaged by war and terror. Read more

  • Article: Yes, human waste is really going to light up millions of homes around the world

    Yes, human waste is really going to light up millions of homes around the world

    From TakePart|Dec. 25, 2015

    Managing human feces will also help advance sanitation and sustainability in developing countries. Read more

  • Article: A young man from Malawi is reinventing the wheel

    A young man from Malawi is reinventing the wheel

    From TakePart|Dec. 23, 2015

    This unique wheel system expands and contracts depending on the difficulty of the terrain. Read more