Iraq must invest in education to secure its future | Iraq

Even though 200,000 people – 85,000 of them children – continue to be trapped in the violence raging in west Mosul’s Old City area, work is ongoing to re-open 47 schools in... Read more »

Week in pictures: From Brazil protests to Iraq bombings

MUST-SEE PROGRAMMES Women Make Change Kenya’s Water Women How Kenya’s female water tank masons are delivering measurable benefits to their communities – and their country. Women, Africa, Kenya Head to Head Kenya:... Read more »

Ethiopia: Cry Once Again, Our Beloved Country!

Ethiopia: Cry Once Again, Our Beloved Country! By Al Mariam Ethiopian lives matter! Exactly ten years ago in 2005, almost to the month, the late supreme leader of the Thugtatorship of the... Read more »

Ethiopia: Cry Once Again, Our Beloved Country!

Ethiopia: Cry Once Again, Our Beloved Country! By Al Mariam Ethiopian lives matter! Exactly ten years ago in 2005, almost to the month, the late supreme leader of the Thugtatorship of the... Read more »

Meet Ethiopian-American U.S. Army Veteran Yonas Hagos

Yonas Hagos: ‘I Wanted to Pay Back America for What It’s Given Me’ Hagos spent most of his childhood in a refugee camp in Sudan, coming to the United States when he... Read more »
Mahlet gave up singing in the church choir because of financial difficulties

Ethiopian housemaid from Cleaner to Singer in Iraq

ARBIL, Iraq — Ethiopian housemaid Mahlet is changing her name to Maha and cutting her first video clip after proving to her Iraqi boss that she can sing better than she can... Read more »