They thought they were signing up for a dream but it turned out to be a trafficking nightmare.
When TB strikes, the fight to live can come at the cost of a way of life for the country's nomads. This could help ease the pain.
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In Rwanda, schoolgirls can now buy locally produced, cheaper sanitary towels
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We used to believe our brains couldn’t be changed. Now we believe they can – if we want it enough. But is that true?
Go inside the international network of women willing to break the law to give people access to termination of pregnancy services.
This tablet can help to protect the country's young women from contracting HIV.
A disease that claims the lives of two children under five a minute worldwide has hit drought-stricken Kenya hard, its spread driven by malnutrition.
Find out which nordic nation radically cut teenage smoking, drinking and drug use and how they did it.
Abandoned as children, women in Harare are now teaching one another to fight for their futures.
Autistic children experience the world differently, but this doesn’t stop them from learning.
State cancer patients have nowhere to turn, even if their cancer is treatable.
The substance is critical in pregnancy and in the development of children; a lack of it has dire consequences.
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