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  • Article: How These Drivers in South Africa Have Become First Responders in the Fight Against Gender Violence

    How These Drivers in South Africa Have Become First Responders in the Fight Against Gender Violence

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Oct. 23, 2019

    A community in the North-West province has found a smart way to support survivors. Read more

  • Article: Why This Health Organization Is Calling to Lift Ebola Vaccine Limits in the DRC

    Why This Health Organization Is Calling to Lift Ebola Vaccine Limits in the DRC

    By Jacky Habib|Oct. 10, 2019

    MSF says increasing vaccine supplies and access could help contain the outbreak. Read more

  • Article: This Canadian Nurse Witnessed an Iraqi City Recover From War

    This Canadian Nurse Witnessed an Iraqi City Recover From War

    By Jackie Marchildon|Aug. 27, 2018

    When the Islamic State took over years ago, much of the population fled — including health workers. Read more

  • Article: The Democratic Republic of Congo Has Declared Another Ebola Outbreak

    The Democratic Republic of Congo Has Declared Another Ebola Outbreak

    By Phineas Rueckert|May 9, 2018

    It’s the ninth outbreak in the DRC. Read more

  • Article: Women Aren't Just Victims of the Conflict in Yemen – They're Also the Heroes

    Women Aren't Just Victims of the Conflict in Yemen – They're Also the Heroes

    From CHIME FOR CHANGE and News Deeply|Sept. 11, 2017

    Women are helping those around them by organizing food relief and taking care of people in need. Read more

  • Article: Over 140,000 Rohingya Refugees Just Escaped Violence. Now They Face Unsafe Housing and Medical Crises

    Over 140,000 Rohingya Refugees Just Escaped Violence. Now They Face Unsafe Housing and Medical Crises

    By Andrew McMaster|Sept. 7, 2017

    “Without a scale-up of humanitarian support, the potential health risks are extremely concerning.” Read more

  • Article: As Many as 1 Million Americans with Little-Known 'Kissing Disease' Will Finally Get Treatment

    As Many as 1 Million Americans with Little-Known 'Kissing Disease' Will Finally Get Treatment

    By Tess Sohngen|Aug. 31, 2017

    You don’t want to know how this infection spreads. Read more

  • Article: Doctors Without Borders Ceases Migrant Rescues as Italy Toughens Regulations

    Doctors Without Borders Ceases Migrant Rescues as Italy Toughens Regulations

    By Colleen Curry|Aug. 15, 2017

    Bad news for a terrible humanitarian crisis. Read more