In West and Central Africa, women have lost their “dance partners”, who have been killed by armed groups, disappeared or gone away.
One whole year since hundreds of thousands of people across Myanmar have been without internet as they face both conflict and a global pandemic.
In fragile states, war zones and in poor countries, the human and economic costs of COVID-19 threaten to kill millions and push billions more into poverty.
What will the world’s response to the COVID-19 crisis mean for the two defining and interconnected challenges of our age: climate change and global inequality?
It's all too easy to forget what a miracle water is. With a water supply on tap, food can grow, and people can thrive. Read about our work to support communities impacted by drought, outbreaks of waterborne diseases and the risks of conflict due to limited access to safe water.
Working with vulnerable communities over the last 60 years, we've learned that helping people gain financial independence is the best way to kick poverty and inequality.