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Reduced inequalities
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Australia Is Cracking Down on Modern Slavery

Eliminating modern slavery and human trafficking is enshrined in the United Nations’ Global Goals. Continue Reading

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Zero hunger
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Thousands of kids get backpacks filled with food and love

Who will feed the kids this weekend? Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
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Professors Place Seesaws Across US-Mexico Border

Two California college professors have just finished installing a powerful new architectural addition to the US-Mexico borderwall. Continue Reading

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Climate action
2 weeks ago

This English Region Is Planning a World-First

Its new mayor, Jamie Driscoll, declared a climate emergency on his first day in office in May. Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
3 weeks ago

UK Parents Raise Over £500,000 to Fund Pregnancy Support Groups in Kenya

This tiny British charity’s first appeal completely smashed its target. Continue Reading

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Decent work and economic growth
3 weeks ago

How 2,000 NHS Medics Have Trained Over 93,000 Health Workers Around the World

It’s been quietly running for eight years, and achieving huge levels of success. Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
3 weeks ago

18,000 Girls Rescued by Nepal’s ‘Mother Teresa’

Anuradha Koirala works to help exploited Nepali women and children sold into sex slavery. Continue Reading

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Quality education
3 weeks ago

Activist Is Empowering Girls and Women in Kenya Through Education

Qabale Duba is the 2019 Waislitz Global Citizens’ Choice Award winner. Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
4 weeks ago

Hospital Boats Bring Free Health Care to Bangladesh's Remote Islands

Heavily impacted by climate change, residents are able to easily seek care with the new boat system. Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
4 weeks ago

Meet the Hero Who Travels by Bicycle to Collect Medicine for 2,000 People in Cape Town

“South Africans will always make a plan to help one another.” Continue Reading

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Quality education
4 weeks ago

Giving access to books, one tuk-tuk ride at a time

South Africa doesn’t have a reading culture. These women are changing the story with mobile libraries that deliver books right to readers’ doorsteps. Continue Reading

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Affordable and clean energy
2 weeks ago

First Nation buys 5% stake in $2.5 billion clean-energy projects

B.C.'s Tahltan Nation bought five percent of three run-of-river hydro-electric projects. Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
2 weeks ago

Australia Is Cracking Down on Modern Slavery

Eliminating modern slavery and human trafficking is enshrined in the United Nations’ Global Goals. Continue Reading

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Zero hunger
2 weeks ago

Thousands of kids get backpacks filled with food and love

Who will feed the kids this weekend? Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
2 weeks ago

Professors Place Seesaws Across US-Mexico Border

Two California college professors have just finished installing a powerful new architectural addition to the US-Mexico borderwall. Continue Reading

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Climate action
2 weeks ago

This English Region Is Planning a World-First

Its new mayor, Jamie Driscoll, declared a climate emergency on his first day in office in May. Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
3 weeks ago

UK Parents Raise Over £500,000 to Fund Pregnancy Support Groups in Kenya

This tiny British charity’s first appeal completely smashed its target. Continue Reading

1
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Decent work and economic growth
3 weeks ago

How 2,000 NHS Medics Have Trained Over 93,000 Health Workers Around the World

It’s been quietly running for eight years, and achieving huge levels of success. Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
3 weeks ago

18,000 Girls Rescued by Nepal’s ‘Mother Teresa’

Anuradha Koirala works to help exploited Nepali women and children sold into sex slavery. Continue Reading

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Like
Comment
Share
Quality education
3 weeks ago

Activist Is Empowering Girls and Women in Kenya Through Education

Qabale Duba is the 2019 Waislitz Global Citizens’ Choice Award winner. Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
4 weeks ago

Hospital Boats Bring Free Health Care to Bangladesh's Remote Islands

Heavily impacted by climate change, residents are able to easily seek care with the new boat system. Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
4 weeks ago

Meet the Hero Who Travels by Bicycle to Collect Medicine for 2,000 People in Cape Town

“South Africans will always make a plan to help one another.” Continue Reading

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Quality education
4 weeks ago

Giving access to books, one tuk-tuk ride at a time

South Africa doesn’t have a reading culture. These women are changing the story with mobile libraries that deliver books right to readers’ doorsteps. Continue Reading

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