#2019

  • Article: Last Year's Natural Disasters Prove That the Climate Crisis Is Only Getting Worse

    Last Year's Natural Disasters Prove That the Climate Crisis Is Only Getting Worse

    By Mercy Corps|Jan. 3, 2020

    And the humanitarian community is struggling to meet the growing demand for aid. Read more

  • Article: Drones, Satellites, and Mobile Phones: How Tech Revolutionized Aid in 2019

    Drones, Satellites, and Mobile Phones: How Tech Revolutionized Aid in 2019

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Dec. 20, 2019

    From drones to satellite early warning systems, technology is revolutionizing aid operations. Read more

  • Article: These Were Our Most-Read Stories About Global Health in 2019

    These Were Our Most-Read Stories About Global Health in 2019

    By Jackie Marchildon|Dec. 20, 2019

    A look at the best and worst in global health this year. Read more

  • Article: 8 Women’s Rights Victories the World Celebrated in 2019

    8 Women’s Rights Victories the World Celebrated in 2019

    By Leah Rodriguez|Dec. 18, 2019

    From NASA’s first all-female spacewalk to new policies that ban practices like FGM. Read more

  • Article: 'Climate Strike' Has Just Been Declared 2019's Word of the Year

    'Climate Strike' Has Just Been Declared 2019's Word of the Year

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Nov. 8, 2019

    As climate protesters have taken to the streets around the world, a new term is gaining popularity. Read more

  • Article: 20 of the Most Amazing Things That Just Happened at 2019 Global Citizen Festival in New York

    20 of the Most Amazing Things That Just Happened at 2019 Global Citizen Festival in New York

    By Madeleine KeckJoe McCarthy  and  Leah Rodriguez|Sept. 28, 2019

    The festival saw jaw-dropping musical moments and incredible commitments. Read more

  • Article: 11 Trailblazing Footballers Fighting to Make the World a Better Place

    11 Trailblazing Footballers Fighting to Make the World a Better Place

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Aug. 8, 2019

    This isn’t the XI the world wants. It’s the XI the world needs. Read more