El Niño weather patterns combined with community water use may be encouraging virus-carrying mosquitoes to breed.
An Ethiopian doctor charts a new course to end foreign aid dependency by equipping his peers and the health system with the skills and resources they need.
“They treat people like they are machines, not humans.”
Communities across region suffer from erratic rainfall and poor harvests, recently worsened by the El Niño phenomenon.
I frequently worry about how poor farmers will adapt to climate change, but recent legislation gives me hope that there will be resources to help them.
In El Salvador, where crops have been badly damaged by drought and heavy rains—a food voucher program has made a difference.