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New farming ventures are improving incomes, health, and family cohesion in Cambodia.
What the Global South’s most comprehensive mobile and Internet use database says about gender.
Two Myanmar students developed their capacity for high-quality research at the University of British Columbia.

Around the world, discriminatory legislation prevents women from accessing their human rights. It can affect almost every aspect of a woman's life, including the right to choose a partner, inherit property, hold a job, and obtain child custody. Often referred to as family law, these laws have...

Global efforts are under way to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Terremotia is a parliamentary democracy with market economy. It is classified as a high-income country with upper middle to high rankings in indicators such as quality of life, media freedom, education and literacy. Education is compulsory for children aged 6 to 16. Terremotia's economy relies...

Scientists in Morocco aim to turn mining waste into materials to transform the city of Jerada.

This paper explored the health beliefs and behaviours of families towards the health needs of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in Accra, Ghana. The aim was to inform health promotion strategies for the children and their families.