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165,000 Reasons Why We Cannot Give Up on Polio

For over two years 165,000 children in conflict zones of Blue Nile and South Kordofan in south eastern Sudan have been under fire; with little food and clean water, few schools and some have been forced to dig out small shelters in caves to flee the fighting. Away from cameras, their plight is unseen and underreported.

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Neglected No Longer: New Progress on NTDs

Eliminating the most common NTDs as a public health threat by 2020 is possible, but not without broad support by the world community.

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Totems and Stories: Lessons from "Give Us the Money"

If we take a step back from the fiery edge of that debate, there are some broader lessons to be learnt about how communication works, and how we can best engage the public everywhere to support global development.

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Daily Scoop: the Social Media Election & the Poverty Gender Gap

The Social Media Election & the Poverty Gender Gap

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South Sudanese Refugees Find Hope Amidst Chaos

The spot where we had stopped in Kakuma Refugee Camp in northern Kenya wasn’t supposed to be anyone’s home. But nearly 8,000 people have flooded Kakuma since the beginning of the year ...

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