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Businesses, foundations, and so-called “reform” groups pushing to privatize and profit from education around the world at
Four of the 13 patients who died have tested positive for Neisseria meningitidis serogroup C.
Health authorities believe it to be an accidental poisoning event, but are cautiously monitoring the situation.
"Eight people have died and six are seriously ill and still in the hospital.”
Women are dying from botched backstreet abortions in Liberia, a country where access to terminations is severely restricted
By Bakary Sidibe I first became acutely aware of the healthcare needs of remote communities nearly twenty years ago when
Finally, for developmentistas who worry about greater State Department control of aid programs, there’s an amusing section
We’re beyond ironic. After years of grandstanding and bashing the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton for security and
Becoming an American citizen was important to me in ways I had not imagined.
Born into a family relying on government assistance, Meyler never imagined she'd one day be a TIME Person of the Year or
When classes open in September, Liberia is going to try something new. It will be an experiment, and like any good experiment, it should be judged on the empirical data it produces -- data on whether these schools deliver better learning for Liberian children, both boys and girls, urban and rural. Until then, stay tuned.
Each week at The Pollination Project, we shine a spotlight on seven recent recipients of seed grants, allowing their visions
This evening 5 African women, including the much-celebrated Lupita Nyongo, will command the stage at the Golden Theater on