The New York pharma giant Pfizer announced it would provide drugs at manufacturing cost, to the world's poorest countries.
Researchers announce that Niger has managed to half the number of women who bleed to death after giving birth using a simple three-step process.
Indigenous Guardians programs across Canada are finally being regrouped through a network for the first time, thus securing funding, improving the sharing of resources and values, and strengthening their role as stewards of the land.
Following a six-month trial of a four-day workweek conducted in the United Kingdom, results show that one day less in the office every week is beneficial for companies, employees, and the environment alike.
A group of McGill University students offers sex education classes in high schools across Montreal, Canada, fulfilling the mandated sex-ed hours and allowing youth to learn and ask questions to educators closer to their age.
This summer, France and Germany will give away free train tickets to people under the age of 27.
A day after the inauguration of Brazil's new President, Indigenous affairs agency Funai reopened, giving indigenous peoples a boost of hope with the agency's own new President, a worthy change in its official name, and even the country's adoption of an unprecedented Ministry of Indigenous Peoples.
3D-printed schools are soon coming to war-torn Ukraine.
The United States has just rightfully returned a looted sarcophagus worth over $1 million back to Egypt.
The release of 10,000 minks by animal rights activists at the end of 2022, from the largest mink farm in North America, has paid off with the fur farm closing its doors, thus putting an end to its cruel business.