#TakePart

  • 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: Recycling hotel soap is helping prevent disease in India

    Recycling hotel soap is helping prevent disease in India

    From TakePart|Dec. 16, 2015

    An estimated 70 million people in India do not have access to soap. 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: One group empowers people with disabilities to weather any storm

    One group empowers people with disabilities to weather any storm

    From TakePart|Dec. 3, 2015

    The disabled are four times more likely to die during a natural disaster. Read more

  • Article: How salt and a car battery are bringing clean water to the developing world

    How salt and a car battery are bringing clean water to the developing world

    From TakePart|Nov. 26, 2015

    A new and simple chlorine-making device can provide clean water for up to 200 people for five years. Read more