Topic: Sub-Saharan Africa
Part 3 of the surprisingly upbeat state of the world: Mideast change boosts striking global democratic progress.
12/26/2011 12:46 pm
Part 4 of the surprisingly upbeat state of the world: U.N. global poverty-reduction goals are met.
12/26/2011 12:45 pm
As a new year dawns, 1 billion people worldwide face difficult challenges. But hundreds of organizations are working tirelessly to help.
12/26/2011 10:00 am
Americans are more apt to donate to a charity, volunteer, or help a stranger than residents of 152 other countries.
12/21/2011 11:02 am
A Christian Science perspective.
12/15/2011 09:26 am
Farmers and scientists are going beyond the massive use of chemical fertilizers to find innovative methods to improve soils and yields.
11/30/2011 03:02 pm
Ghana has invested in literacy and microfinance programs for women, and it's paying off in business development and growth.
11/29/2011 11:01 am
Farmers in southern Africa use composted food scraps, human waste, and livestock manure for many purposes, from enriching soil to feeding fish.
11/23/2011 10:00 am
In spite of conflicts and humanitarian crises, there's change afoot in Africa. Seven of the ten fastest-growing economies during the next five years will be in sub-Saharan Africa. To support them, global consumers can use the Internet to gain direct access to the goods of African artisans.
11/21/2011 10:12 am
Kenya is promoting cleaner government by computerizing many of the tasks that used to be handled by bureaucrats – who might seek bribes to expedite requests.
11/19/2011 10:01 am