Cities without Sewers - Solving Indonesia’s Wastewater Crisis to Realize Its Urbanization Potential

Christophe Prevost, Dikshya Thapa, Mark Roberts |

The archetype of the strong African woman standing as an unmoving pillar of her community is one that transcends national borders on the African continent. While in the past, this image often…

Nayé Bathily |

New findings show that, like their counterparts in many neighboring countries, Honduran women are sorely underrepresented in the job market.

Veronica Michel, Ian Walker |

The hard truth: Challenges of primary education in rural and remote Indonesia

Dewi Susanti, Jan Priebe, Adama Bah |

Bioindustry business: could the humble sea cucumber transform rural coastal livelihoods in Indonesia?

André Rodrigues de Aquino, David Kaczan |

Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous country, is becoming increasingly urban. Today, over half of the population lives in cities; by 2045, the centenary of Indonesia's…

Sameh Wahba, Kurt Kunz, Mark Roberts |

It is hard to believe that only 70 years ago, in most Latin American countries, women could not vote. Or even more recently, women’s access to land under agrarian reforms depended on factors .…

Reina Zavala, Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta |

With climate change, extreme events are expected to be the “new normal” for many small island developing states. It will take coordination and action from multiple stakeholders to effectively…

Joaquin Toro, Kerri Cox |

The government of Indonesia's Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program (COREMAP), financed by the World Bank and the Global Environment Facility, has been gradually but significantly…

André Rodrigues de Aquino, David Kaczan |

They are young, dynamic and solving problems in their community—Diepsloot township, a mixed formal and informal settlement of 139,000 people to the north of Johannesburg. These are some of the…

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly |