The charity Honey Care Africa has invested $1 million in South Sudan, and local farmers have earned more than $75,000, benefiting more than 400 families.
A 19-year-old college student started a Go Fund Me page to raise money to buy a car for James Robertson, a Detroit local who walks 21 miles roundtrip on his commute to and from work every day.
Informal waste workers in Brazil were being ignored, despite their vital work keeping Sao Paulo clean. Enter a street artist who made their carts into works of art.
In Mali, domed mud-brick homes are cheaper, protect fast-vanishing local forests, and make homes cooler in worsening summer heat.
Despite challenges Africa countries are making significant progress toward ending hunger, a UN official says.
The British couple moved to Thailand to retire. But when they learned of the illegal capture and torture of dogs, their plans changed.
The international NGO works to reduce corruption in governments and businesses in more than 100 countries.
Originally focused on finding justice for Myrna Mack Chang, she now seeks it for others who suffered during and after a brutal 36-year civil war in Guatemala.
The Campaign for Black Male Achievement looks at black men and boys not as problems to be fixed but as individuals with potential.
Cleveland's Rust Belt Riders is a worker-owned, bike-based, organic waste removal company.
In their annual Gates Foundation letter, Bill & Melinda Gates say that 'the lives of people in poor countries will improve faster in the next 15 years than at any other time in history.'
The entrepreneurial owner of Caribbean Craft has created a successful business that offers employees wages and benefits far above what is usual in Haiti.
Former professional Andy McLaren, who has battled his own demons, started A&M Training to give youths in inner-city Glasgow, Scotland, a positive alternative to drugs and crime.
In novels and films Harry Potter stands up for vulnerable people. Members of the real-world Harry Potter Alliance now have gotten Fair Trade certification for products sold in their hero's name.
In India, one man’s idea to double salaries and let artisans work from home has created a positive ripple effect across five states.
A stately structure in Mumbai built during British rule has become a modern world-class cultural center.
The Raţiu Center advocates for human rights, accountability among public officials, and the participation of youths in civil society.
Innovative projects are trying to help feed the world's booming cities by farming in urban spaces, including high above, and far beneath, busy streets.
BR McDonald founded the Veteran Artist Program to brings art, music, theater, and painting to communities across the country while helping veterans launch careers in the arts.
How do you get from a tough childhood in South Central Los Angeles to mission control? By taking fear out of the equation.