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All Posts Tagged With: "poverty"

South Yemeni separatists continue agitating for secession

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South Yemeni separatists continue agitating for secession

In southern Yemen, opposition to the central government is growing. Some fear that the rebellion may be turning more violent and that increasing instability in the fragile nation could create room for Al-Qaeda to grow. Supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, freelance reporter Paul Stephens reports on the latest developments from Sana'a, Yemen.

Posted: March 22, 2010 14:22   Comments: 1
Full Show: March 10, 2010

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Full Show: March 10, 2010

Watch the full show from Wednesday, March 10. An encore presentation of a Worldfocus special edition: A helping hand. Joe rescues street kids in the Philippines; Miss Gene devotes her life to fighting AIDS in Jamaica; a woman protects single moms in Morocco; and, a man and donkey deliver books to Colombian kids.

Posted: March 10, 2010 17:37   Comments: 3
Haiti’s children vulnerable to human traffickers

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Haiti’s children vulnerable to human traffickers

The news of suspected child smugglers operating in Haiti has highlighted longstanding concerns about the trafficking of children from poor countries. Patrick McCormick of the United Nations children's agency, UNICEF, talked to Worldfocus about vulnerable children around the world.

Posted: February 2, 2010 17:58   Comments: 12
Building a better future for Pakistan’s children

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Building a better future for Pakistan’s children

In a country consumed by poverty and vulnerable to radical influences, the future of Pakistan's children is bleak. Amna Nawaz of NBC News traveled to Pakistan to report on one charity that has built 600 schools and enrolled over 80,000 Pakistani students.

Posted: January 4, 2010 16:02   Comments: 5
Tribal women in India fight against malnutrition

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Tribal women in India fight against malnutrition

In this post excerpted from the PulseWire online forum for women, Subhadra Khaperde, an activist and researcher from Indore, India, argues that anti-poverty efforts won't succeed without addressing the root causes of poverty.

Posted: December 16, 2009 11:49   Comments: 0
Worldfocus Radio: Chile’s Growing Pains

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Worldfocus Radio: Chile’s Growing Pains

Chile's economic "miracle" has lifted many Chileans from poverty and become a fiscal model for Latin America. Martin Savidge hosts Peter Winn and Victoria Hurtado to discuss the underside of Chile's prosperity, focusing on the middle class, growing inequality and the younger generation.

Posted: December 2, 2009 20:22   Comments: 2
Looking beyond the Honduran political crisis

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Looking beyond the Honduran political crisis

Peter Eisner blogs about why Honduras needs financial support, economic relief and social help. He contends that the U.S. and other nations should increase their foreign aid, since 50 percent of Honduras' 7.7 million people live below the poverty line -- and almost 40 percent are children.

Posted: November 3, 2009 11:50   Comments: 0
Worldfocus Radio: Entrepreneurship in Ethiopia

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Worldfocus Radio: Entrepreneurship in Ethiopia

The Ethiopian government is trying to strengthen local and regional businesses and attract foreign direct investment. Martin Savidge hosts Ethiopian businessman Ermyas Amelga and economics professor Phillip LeBel to discuss how easy it is to do business in Ethiopia and who's investing. LISTEN NOW.

Posted: October 28, 2009 20:33   Comments: 7
Old ways endure in remote rural village in northern Ethiopia

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Old ways endure in remote rural village in northern Ethiopia

Worldfocus correspondent Martin Seemungal travels to a remote village in the highlands of Ethiopia. He observes a traditional way of life that is virtually cut off from the rest of the world.

Posted: October 27, 2009 16:52   Comments: 11
Famine eclipses Ethiopia’s beauty and rich history

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Famine eclipses Ethiopia’s beauty and rich history

Twenty-five years after famine devastated Ethiopia, poverty still mars the country's image. Worldfocus correspondent Martin Seemungal explores another side of Ethiopia. He reports on Ethiopia's people, religion, beauty and explores the relics that dot the landscape in the northern part of the country.

Posted: October 26, 2009 14:26   Comments: 16
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