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Where Shoes Are A Luxury, A Nightmarish Disease May Be Lurking
By Tom Gardner, On Assignment For HuffPost
In rural Ethiopia, something in the soil can trigger a deforming disease.
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3-Year-Old Birthday Girl Dies After Mass Stabbing Attack In Idaho
Seven other victims remain hospitalized, many with "serious or critical injuries."
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Unique And Festive Mother’s Day Traditions From Around The World
Mother’s Day around the world can involve much more than just breakfast in bed. Here are some unique traditions from the United Kingdom, Japan, Ethiopia, Mexico and Nepal.
The Biggest Cause Of Preventable Blindness Just Won't Go Away
By Tom Gardner, On Assignment For HuffPost
Trachoma, easily treatable, blinds thousands of the world's poorest every year.
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Ethiopia To Release All Political Prisoners In Bid To Foster Reconciliation
By Aaron Maasho, Reuters
Dissident politicians have been thrown in jail over the years and charged with involvement in terrorism.
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Traveling Ethiopia Taught Me To Appreciate Its Heritage
How reconnecting with my roots gave me a greater sense of purpose.
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Who Is Really In Control In Mogadishu?
Founder and CEO of Karama
The presidency of Somalia’s Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo is only eight months old but already his administration faces its
Kenya And Ethiopia Join Forces To Advance Peace, Security, Development And Hope
United Nations Resident Coordinator, Kenya
The Kenya Ethiopia cross-border programme may well hold the key to an innovative approach to operationalizing Mr António
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Ethiopian Man Is Real-Life Hyena Whisperer
The man says, “I am privileged by God to be a good friend to those misunderstood animals.”
Of Science And Religion - Can Spiritual Values Of Forests Inspire Conservation?
Science Writer; Canopy Explorer; Director of Global Initiative...
In his recent book EO Wilson advocates conserving half of the planet for one species (Homo sapiens) and the other half for
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This World Health Organization Leadership Election Is Crucial, And It's Getting Ugly
Ezekiel J. Emanuel, M.D., Ph.D.
Chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at...
There is less than a week to go in the race to be the next Director-General of the World Health Organization. And given the
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Expanding Vaccination Coverage Safeguards Families From The Cycle Of Poverty
Dr. Tedros Adhanom
Minister, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Ethiopia. N...
Today I want to tell you #WhyVaccinesWork. I have seen progress made and lives saved. Vaccines protect against 26 diseases
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Trump Plan To Cut Foreign Aid Endangers U.S. Interests
Global Senior Policy Analyst at One Acre Fund
President Donald Trump’s plan to slash U.S. foreign aid in favor of increased military spending is likely to have the opposite
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Community-Based Maternal Health Care: Meeting Women Where They Are
USAID's Flagship Maternal And Child Survival Program
Providing women-centered maternal health care at the community level All women deserve respectful, culturally sensitive, women
Human Fountain Can Spit Water For Nearly A Minute
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Reasons To Be Cheerful In The Global Fight To Eliminate Blindness From Trachoma
Dr. Paul Emerson
Director, The International Trachoma Initiative
Back then it was different. Subsistence farmers in Ethiopia owned only the clothes they worked in and did not wish to be
This International Women’s Day, We Celebrate The Women Leading The Fight Against Neglected Tropical Diseases In Ethiopia
Senior Water Policy Advisor, CARE
Stephanie Ogden, and contributors Tseguereda Abraham and Gobezie Ayalew, work with CARE, an organization that works around
Living History in Ethiopia
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But the main draw of the region is the indigenous people in various tribes living much as they have for centuries. Among
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Artist Captures Striking Portraits Of Refugee Children Trump Would Turn Away
Children make up more than half of the world’s refugee population.
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