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  • 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

  • Article: See how one woman surfer is making waves in a Muslim country

    See how one woman surfer is making waves in a Muslim country

    From TakePart|Dec. 21, 2015

    At 18, Nasima Akter is Bangladesh’s first female surfer. Read more

  • Video: Sustainability: another key piece of the poverty puzzle

    Sustainability: another key piece of the poverty puzzle

    By Nicki Fleischner |TakePart|Dec. 10, 2015

    A TakePart video shows us how the environment and poverty are linked. Read more

  • Article: Will educate girls for food: a plan to fight poverty and illiteracy is helping Egypt

    Will educate girls for food: a plan to fight poverty and illiteracy is helping Egypt

    From TakePart|July 29, 2015

    Every month they go to school, they bring home rations that their families can rely on. Read more

  • Article: The little red dot saving lives in India

    The little red dot saving lives in India

    From TakePart|July 21, 2015

    What's in your bindi? Adding one ingredient is saving lives in India. Read more

  • Video: 3 ways it pays to invest in women

    3 ways it pays to invest in women

    By Hans Glick|TakePart|June 2, 2015

    See how 3 East African communities are empowering women right now. Read more