These artists use their cameras and paintbrushes to depict the toll war has taken on the Yemeni people, and make the case for peace.
For as little as $1.50 per week, savings groups are transforming the lives of women in war-torn Darfur, Sudan
In December 2017, a deadly typhoon struck the Philippine island of Mindinao. But thanks to a consortium of local organizations, some communities in the hard-hit areas were ready—equipped with an early-warning system and trained in search and rescue, safe evacuations, and health and hygiene in emergencies.
Three years of conflict have left more than 75 percent of Yemen’s people in need of humanitarian and protection assistance.
Six months after Hurricane Maria shattered Puerto Rico, the road to recovery has split in two. While most people in urban areas are getting back to some semblance of normal, people in other areas—especially in the central highlands and along the southeast coast—are struggling to survive. And losing hope.
As Puerto Rico struggles to recover, a principal sticks to her principles: ‘You cannot play with children’s lives’
Sister Magna Jiménez Martínez, head of the Colegio María Auxiliadora in San Juan, drew on her experience in Haiti to know what needed to be done in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María slammed into the US territory.