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'We're showering twice a day': Concerns over 'disastrous' consequences Covid-19 could cause in refugee camps
NGOs have warned that self-isolation is virtually impossible in refugee camps and informal settlements.
'We are dealing with a hidden population' - the clinic trying to support gay people in a country where homosexuality is illegal
In part two of our series on the impact of the global gag rule signed by President Trump, Charlotte Ryan looks at the impact on gay people living with HIV.
'There are times when the whole country runs out of condoms'
Organisations around the world have been badly hit by Donald Trump’s reinstatement of the so-called global gag rule. Here’s what’s happening in Malawi.
'There was no blood. But there were bodies - so many bodies. I can never forget'
Just over one year ago, a massive mudslide hit the capital of Sierra Leone, devastating the area.
'This is our home. You can't just leave your home'
Just over one year ago, a massive mudslide hit the capital of Sierra Leone. But some people have stayed living in their homes, even though the area is completely unsafe.
This country is worried its water will become a commodity but it has bigger problems
The Central American country of El Salvador is experiencing tidal changes, freak weather and economic disruption because of climate change, forcing activists and social movements to respond, writes Paul Dillon.
Living in Colombia: 'Water is a luxury that only some can afford to pay for'
Fergal Browne talks to displaced women in Bogotá about everyday life, conflict and their future hopes.
Death sentence for killer of Irish cameraman Simon Cumbers
The attack took place ten years ago in the capital of Saudi Arabia.
Rough justice: In prison in one of the poorest places on earth
As part of the Simon Cumbers Media Fund, Clare Herbert travels to visit Malawi’s prisons.
Pictures: Communities in Tanzania reap the benefits of Mpingo tree
The most expensive wood for carving figures and instruments, its certification last year has created huge opportunities for communities.