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Foreign aid donors are making progress — and mistakes — but many Haitians say the country's leadership is failing to deliver.
Is a $100 million partnership between Coke and the International Finance Corporation empowering women - or just helping to sell Coke?
A successful Coca-Cola partnership in Tanzania to better distribute medicine across the country shows that not all public-private partnerships have to be self-serving.
Coca-Cola is partnering with governments, NGOs, and other companies to improve access to water, occupying a gray area where genuine charity meets corporate profit.
A push by Kenya’s president and male-dominated parliament to overhaul marriage bodes ill for the nation’s wives, socially and economically.
VIDEO: With the railroad's Chinese-backed replacement in the works, employees share stories of their tough jobs.
Six months after a terrorist attack killed dozens at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, GlobalPost correspondent Jacob Kushner talks with mall workers about their stories of trauma, joblessness and moving on.
An increasingly supportive church and other signs suggest Kenya may be departing from its neighbors in the region by accepting homosexuality.
With the United Nations convening in New York next week to debate a new set of global development goals, one Kenyan rights group wants justice reform to have its day in court.
The United States spent $2.8 billion to help Haiti rebuild, but the results have been a disaster of a different kind.
Thousands sought refuge on the island of La Gonave four years ago. But little help ever arrived, something permanent residents know all too well.
US Congress is on the verge of rejecting a money-saving proposal that would deliver US food aid to more people and boost foreign farmers in the process.
Medical residencies at the Partners in Health hospital in Mirebalais are preparing the next generation of Haitian medical professionals.
One group of workers who earn a high wage and unusual benefits is helping others earn the same.
Like their colleagues in many other countries, public school teachers here lead huge classes for shrinking pay. Some warn they won't put up with it much longer.
Fair Trade and other certifications have led to better wages and benefits at some flower farms, but progress is inconsistent.
From a society split between Muslims and Christians comes a model for peaceful political change.
GlobalPost sits down with Superintendent Seline Awinja to talk about when gender does and doesn't matter.
People with albinism in rural Tanzania live in fear of attacks by those who believe their body parts will bring them riches.
Despite its growing economy, Tanzania is facing a youth unemployment crisis rivaled by few other countries in the world.