By June 2024, Tanzania is set to provide all rural villages across the country with electricity.
Bill Gates is praising Senegal for its innovative spirit in improving the health of its citizens, after a recent visit to the country.
A growing number of Sub-Saharan African countries are taking concrete measures to achieve legal gender equality, profoundly and positively impacting women’s empowerment and opening up new avenues for them to pursue their professional aspirations.
For the last 25 years, the coastal state of Odisha, India, has ramped up its preparedness against cyclones by mobilizing the population, building disaster-resilient infrastructure, and establishing an early warning system, thus becoming a global pioneer in disaster management.
30,000 acres of land in Maine, United States will be returned to the native Penobscot Nation tribe - a portion of what was taken from them in the 1800s.
The fight to eliminate cervical cancer completely is gaining momentum across the world through successful measures, including strong HPV vaccination campaigns, bringing hope to women who could face the non-communicable disease.
Across Northern Europe, a vast project is underway to promote inclusion and combat isolation, loneliness, and even depression.
In Nairobi, the largest school meals program in Africa serves 60,000 daily meals to schoolchildren, most of them coming from poor city neighborhoods.
In four short years, Mozambique has increased its number of frontline healthcare workers almost tenfold, now reaching an estimated 2 million households across the country.
Over the years, the world has unequivocally become more equal with positive long-term trends regarding a large variety of key metrics such as average income, rates of educational attainment, and internet access, especially in less developed countries.