#Article

  • Article: This Miracle Soap Could Stop the Spread of Malaria
    Health

    This Miracle Soap Could Stop the Spread of Malaria

    By Madeline Schwartz| Sept. 12, 2016

    The creators of this mosquito-repellent soap hope to save 100,000 lives from malaria. Read more

  • Article: Is Desalination the Answer to Water Shortages?
    Water & Sanitation

    Is Desalination the Answer to Water Shortages?

    By Meghan Werft| Sept. 1, 2016

    With severe droughts affecting over 36 countries could the solution lie in the ocean? Read more

  • Article: Everything to Know About Global Goal 6: Clean Water & Sanitation
    Citizenship

    Everything to Know About Global Goal 6: Clean Water & Sanitation

    By Caryn Carver| Aug. 31, 2016

    Access to clean water is essential for life. Read more

  • Article: 8 Myths About Periods
    Girls & Women

    8 Myths About Periods

    By Meghan Werft| Aug. 29, 2016

    It's ok to wear white! But it's not ok to feel shame about your period. Read more

  • Article: Why Water Matters
    Water & Sanitation

    Why Water Matters

    By Gus Stahl| Aug. 24, 2016

    Though it may seem like a no brainer, it turns out water matters a lot. Read more

  • Article: What Kids in 14 Countries Eat for Lunch
    Food & Hunger

    What Kids in 14 Countries Eat for Lunch

    Aug. 16, 2016 |World Vision

    Have you ever looked down at your plate and wondered what everyone else is eating? Look no further. Read more

  • Article: How a Simple Chat Led to Better Health for an Entire Family
    Food & Hunger

    How a Simple Chat Led to Better Health for an Entire Family

    Aug. 12, 2016 |World Vision

    Cooking up knowledge creates nutritious changes in communities. Read more

  • Article: Connecting Classrooms 5,000 Miles Away
    Education

    Connecting Classrooms 5,000 Miles Away

    By Annika Reno| Aug. 12, 2016

    Global Citizen and Microsoft are Skyping with students in refugee camps this World Humanitarian Day. Read more