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God is rain

Just like the lake, a whole way of life is disappearing. Who is to blame, the people upstream for damming the Omo River or the

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Girls in peril around the globe

Poverty, child labor, sex trafficking, lack of education, child marriage, genital mutilation, all contribute to the precarious situation of girls in the 21st century.

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The girl who lived

Birhan Woldu, the face of Ethiopia’s 1984 famine i working as a nurse and building schools for children. This is her story. From Why Poverty?

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A girl’s day

How much space does a teenager need? What’s it like growing up in a tiny flat where the only place you have privacy is the

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