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Stories

  1. Article: UN Appeals for $920 Million in Aid for Rohingya Refugees
    Citizenship

    UN Appeals for $920 Million in Aid for Rohingya Refugees

    Feb. 18, 2019|Voice of America

    Most Rohingya refugees are living in cramped, squalid conditions in Kutupalong. Read more

  2. Article: Thousands of Displaced South Sudanese Are 'Suffering' Without Food or Water
    Food & Hunger

    Thousands of Displaced South Sudanese Are 'Suffering' Without Food or Water

    Feb. 15, 2019|Voice of America

    About 6,000 internally displaced people are living under trees on the outskirts of Yei town. Read more

  3. Article: Cultures Clash Over FGM as the UN Seeks to Eradicate the Practice
    Girls & Women

    Cultures Clash Over FGM as the UN Seeks to Eradicate the Practice

    Feb. 7, 2019|Voice of America

    The cultural practice can have serious medical consequences. Read more

  4. Article: Indonesian Campus Rape Victims Seek Justice
    Girls & Women

    Indonesian Campus Rape Victims Seek Justice

    Jan. 23, 2019|Voice of America

    Filing police report could possibly backfire, criminalizing the victim. Read more

  5. Article: World Health Organization Busts Myth That Refugees Bring Diseases to Europe
    Health

    World Health Organization Busts Myth That Refugees Bring Diseases to Europe

    Jan. 22, 2019|Voice of America

    Refugees and migrants are generally in good health, the report says. Read more

  6. Article: Green Technology Provides Safe Drinking Water for Thousands of Rohingya Refugees
    Water & Sanitation

    Green Technology Provides Safe Drinking Water for Thousands of Rohingya Refugees

    Jan. 10, 2019|Voice of America

    The UNHCR aims to provide 20 liters of safe water to every refugee on a daily basis. Read more

  7. Article: Malawi Campaigners Seek to End Sex in Girls' Initiation Ceremony
    Girls & Women

    Malawi Campaigners Seek to End Sex in Girls' Initiation Ceremony

    Jan. 9, 2019|Voice of America

    Child rights campaigners say the initiation ritual fuels Malawi's high rate of child marriage. Read more

  8. Article: Solar Power Brings Water to South Sudan Neighborhood
    Water & Sanitation

    Solar Power Brings Water to South Sudan Neighborhood

    Dec. 20, 2018|Voice of America

    The $70,000 project will also lessen sexual attacks on women who often walk for hours to find water. Read more

  9. Article: International Charities Work to Help Malawi Girls Stay in School
    Education

    International Charities Work to Help Malawi Girls Stay in School

    Dec. 14, 2018|Voice of America

    Malawi has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. Read more

  10. Article: Conditions in Yemen Expected to Worsen Even if Peace Takes Hold
    Food & Hunger

    Conditions in Yemen Expected to Worsen Even if Peace Takes Hold

    Dec. 13, 2018|Voice of America

    The United Nations estimates 2.9 million women and children are severely malnourished. Read more