Top of the Morning: Huge Setback for Gay Rights in Africa

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Huge Setback for Gay Rights in Africa

CapacityPlus Joins Global Leaders at Prince Mahidol Award Conference to Steer Health Professional Education toward Improved Health Equity

CapacityPlus Joins Global Leaders at Prince Mahidol Award Conference to Steer Health Professional Education toward Improved Health Equity

Saharawi Voice: Stories from the Last African Colony

Saharawi Voice compiles the “stories from the forgotten people of Africa's last colony”, with the aim of conveying a sense of daily life in Western Sahara and the hardships of living in an occupied territory.

Empowering Women and Reviving Bedouin Traditions

In Egypt’s restive Sinai Peninsula,

IREX Welcomes New Education Partner in Kazakhstan

IREX is pleased to announce its partnership with Maersk, an innovative global corporation with a focus on shipping and energy industries, to help modernize education in the Aktau area of Kazakhstan.

The Human Race Reached a Huge Milestone Today and You Probably Did Not Even Know It

The UN-backed effort to wipe polio off the face of the earth reached has reached a major milestone.

Azerbaijani Photographer Creates Compelling Multimedia Website

Despite the increasing penetration of the internet in Azerbaijan, there continues to be a paucity of websites and media outlets pursuing multimedia reporting.

Featured Podcaster: Karma Dupchu

karmabhutanIt was a visit by Danish journalists, who organized a two-day workshop on audio podcasting at the Paro Co

Reviving Afghanistan One Farmer at a Time

It’s hard to believe that Afghanist

In search of the ideal educational technology device for developing countries

you have some important choices to make on which path to choose ...In two weeks I'll visit BETT, the London-based event

New Software Application Tracks Health Workforce Training

The global agenda is clear: universal health coverage.

Making Data Engaging: Designing The Nation's Report Card (Part 1)

In early November, you might have seen headlines such as this one, from the Washington Post: “U.S.

New Publication Spotlight: Applying the Workload Indicators of Staffing Need (WISN) Method in Namibia: Challenges and Implications for Human Resources for Health Policy

New Publication Spotlight: Applying the Workload Indicators of Staffing Need (WISN) Method in Namibia: Challenges and Implications for Human Resources for Health Policy

First-time Tanzanian Fellows Share Education Perspectives

Reserved but eager, Tanzanian secondary school teacher, Malima Pima Chisumo, described the acute challenges facing teachers and students in his country without hesitation.
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