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Voice of America (VOA) is the largest U.S. international broadcaster, providing news and information in more than 40 languages to an estimated weekly audience of 236.8 million people. VOA produces content for digital, television, and radio platforms. It is easily accessed via your mobile phone and on social media. It is also distributed by satellite, cable, FM and MW, and is carried on a network of approximately 3,000 affiliate stations.

Stories

  1. Article: The Ebola Epidemic in DRC May Be Nearing Its End, Says the World Health Organization

    The Ebola Epidemic in DRC May Be Nearing Its End, Says the World Health Organization

    From Voice of America|Feb. 10, 2020

    Coronavirus has knocked the Ebola epidemic out the spotlight — but progress is being made. Read more

  2. Article: Hunger in Central Sahel Rising at Alarming Rate as Conflict Intensifies

    Hunger in Central Sahel Rising at Alarming Rate as Conflict Intensifies

    From Voice of America|Feb. 3, 2020

    Nearly 5 million people are expected to be pushed into hunger by June, according to the UN. Read more

  3. Article: Children Suffer as Violence Surges in Sahel: UNICEF

    Children Suffer as Violence Surges in Sahel: UNICEF

    From Voice of America|Jan. 30, 2020

    Abductions, recruitment as child soldiers, sexual assault, and other forms of abuse are common. Read more

  4. Article: Climate Change Is Making Somalia's Crops Toxic

    Climate Change Is Making Somalia's Crops Toxic

    From Voice of America|Nov. 21, 2019

    The most dangerous mycotoxin was over 400 times higher than the level permitted by the EU. Read more

  5. Article: The Gambia Sues Myanmar for Genocide Against Rohingya Muslims

    The Gambia Sues Myanmar for Genocide Against Rohingya Muslims

    From Voice of America|Nov. 12, 2019

    The UN has called the atrocities "a textbook case" of ethnic cleansing. Read more

  6. Article: Ghanaian Victims Are Being Urged to Speak Out After Sex-for-Grades Investigation

    Ghanaian Victims Are Being Urged to Speak Out After Sex-for-Grades Investigation

    From Voice of America|Nov. 4, 2019

    A BBC documentary exposed lecturers who prey on female students. Read more

  7. Article: Fear in Uganda’s Gay Community after Death Penalty Threat and Arrests

    Fear in Uganda’s Gay Community after Death Penalty Threat and Arrests

    From Voice of America|Nov. 4, 2019

    Homosexuality is illegal in Uganda, and punishable with up to life in prison. Read more

  8. Article: Ebola Monitoring Suspended in South Sudan After 3 Aid Workers Were Killed

    Ebola Monitoring Suspended in South Sudan After 3 Aid Workers Were Killed

    From Voice of America|Nov. 1, 2019

    A total of 115 aid workers have been killed in South Sudan since December 2013. Read more

  9. Article: Malawi Police Officers Under Investigation for Sexually Harassing Female Protesters

    Malawi Police Officers Under Investigation for Sexually Harassing Female Protesters

    From Voice of America|Nov. 1, 2019

    Rights campaigners say they have evidence of sexual harassment, rape, and torture. Read more

  10. Article: Kenya Kicks Off Mass HPV Vaccination Drive to Protect Girls Against Cervical Cancer

    Kenya Kicks Off Mass HPV Vaccination Drive to Protect Girls Against Cervical Cancer

    From Voice of America|Oct. 23, 2019

    The East Africa region has the highest rate of cervical cancer in the world. Read more