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Hivos responds with utter disbelief and bewilderment to the scale of the disaster surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, shot down by surface-to-air missile over eastern Ukraine Thursday, killing

I passed by a chain store known for its cheap products - and there it was in their window display! A plastic dog carrying a solar lantern.

Scores of civil society activists, human rights defenders, media and humanitarian workers remain in arbitrary detention in Syria more than a month after the government declared a general amnesty, H

Women@Work campaign

Over 120,000 tonnes of fresh cut flowers are exported every year to the European Union from Kenya alone!  The value of the flower industry stands at 396 million euros annua

Interview with Karl Kathuria

Those who express themselves critically on the web are increasingly becoming victims of cyber terror.

Fellows selected from the call for participants will represent Arab civil society at the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Istanbul, Turkey 2-5 September 2014

A joint research by two Kenyan universities has established that most fruits and vegetables sold in the country contain a cocktail of harmful pesticides and heavy metals that exceed safe levels.

On 7 July, the 20 international winners of the 2014 Global Dialogues narrative contest started being announced, including the wi

Climate change puts coffee production under great strain: development organisations, private sector and certifiers are now feeling the urgent need to increase their collaboration.

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