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Inger Andersen |

This week in Doha, the marble corridors of the Qatar National Convention Center resonate with voices from around the world. Over half way through the UN Climate Change Conference, as ministers…

Rachel Kyte |

This year, on World Malaria Day, April 25, the global health community has reason to celebrate. Indeed, thanks to substantial investments from partners and countries over the last decade, the…

Maryse Pierre-Louis |

في البحر الأحمر وخليج عدن، تفهم المجتمعات المحلية أكثر من أي شخص آخر قيمة البيئة الطبيعية التي تعيش فيها. وسرعان ما أدركنا خلال زيارتنا لهذه المجتمعات في السودان وجيبوتي ومصر أن هذه المجتمعات…

سامية الدويش |

Local communities around the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden understand better than anyone the value of their natural environment. This became very clear when we visited various marine protected…

Samia Al-Duaij |

My Djiboutian counterparts told me the embarrassed woman was being criticized because her 5-year-old son still doesn’t speak.  Rather than follow the ancestral tradition of giving water to her…

Nous étions assises sur des tapis de sol, dans la chaleur et la poussière du quartier Moustiquaire, le plus pauvre de Djibouti, pour parler des pratiques d’alimentation des enfants. Des voix se…

Marie Chantal Messier |

Also available in: Français We were sitting on floor mats in the hot and dusty Quartier Moustiquaire, the poorest neighborhood of Djibouti City, observing a group of new mothers and their children…

Marie Chantal Messier |