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Landmark moment for children’s rights in South Africa
Landmark moment for children’s rights in South Africa
The Constitutional Court will this week consider the constitutionality of the use of corporal punishment in the home. The court prohibited beatings...
Voluntourism: What’s wrong with it and how it can be changed
Voluntourism: What’s wrong with it and how it can be changed
Volunteer tourism, or voluntourism, is an emerging trend of travel...
Refugees in Greece feel like 'prisoners and hostages'
Refugees in Greece feel like 'prisoners and hostages'
When Arash Hampay set out from his native Iran, he envisioned Europe as a safe haven from the torture and interrogations he had endured in his...
Comment: Superfood for Babies
Comment: Superfood for Babies
Breastfeeding is widely endorsed as the best strategy for feeding newborns and young infants and is one of the most powerful tools we have to...
Malnutrition kills millions a year
Malnutrition kills millions a year
Malnutrition is the root cause of the deaths of 2.6-million children each year. And unless immediate action is taken, the bodies and brains of...
Report slams slow aid response
Report slams slow aid response
The deaths of tens of thousands of people during the drought in East Africa could have been avoided if the international community, donor governments and humanitarian agencies had responded earlier and more swiftly to clear warning signs that a disaster was in the making, according to a...
Two years on and Haitians still bear the brunt of slow aid
Two years on and Haitians still bear the brunt of slow aid
Two years after Haiti was devastated by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake, international aid donors have delivered only half of the billions of dollars...
Low health spend blamed for India's child mortality
Low health spend blamed for India's child mortality
About two million children under five die from lack of care in India every year, more than in any other country, said a new report released on...
First cholera, now anthrax hits Zimbabwe
First cholera, now anthrax hits Zimbabwe
An anthrax outbreak has killed three people and threatens to wipe out livestock in northern Zimbabwe, compounding the nation's struggle against...
Zimbabwe children eating toxic roots, rats
Zimbabwe children eating toxic roots, rats
Children in Zimbabwe are eating rats and inedible roots riddled with toxic parasites to stave off hunger because of chronic food shortages, an aid...

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