Yemeni Children Are Trapped In 'Worst Humanitarian Disaster In Modern History'
The country is struggling through war, famine, and cholera.
From Calais Gas Stove to London Kitchen: A Syrian Refugee Chef’s Story
Imad Alarnab owned two restaurants in Damascus before being forced to flee for Europe, where he spent two months in a Calais camp cooking with one knife and a tiny stove. Now in London, he wants to share the food of his homeland.
Art on Instagram Campaigns for Child Refugee Awareness
UNICEF rallies the artistic community to illuminate the plight of children refugees.
The Children of Refugee Camps Explore Their Identities Through a Photography Initiative
Through a unique program, Syrian and Jordanian children are given a creative voice through classes on photography
The First HIV-Fighting Drones Have Been Deployed in Africa
The technology could reduce the time it takes to get an HIV diagnosis from months to days.
Brooklyn Beckham Played Among Legends of the Game, Probably Didn't Deserve It
Maybe it was a symbolic "children are our future" moment?
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Female Circumcision Is Becoming More Popular in Malaysia
In a recent study, 93 percent of Malaysian Muslim women admitted to being circumcised. We took a look at what's driving this painful boom.
A Clitoris Was Successfully Reconstructed for the First Time in Sweden the Other Week
I interviewed Dr. Hannes Sigurjónsson, who performed the surgery.
Skateboarding Makes Afghan Girls Feel Free
In Afghanistan, the Skateistan school uses skateboarding as a tool for empowerment in a country worn by 30 years of conflict.
Ebola Pop Is Taking Over Liberia
These are the only songs we've heard about blood, saliva, urine, stool, sweat, semen and infected animals that aren't by black metal bands.