LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Survivors of child trafficking said they do not want sympathy but to be taken seriously as they called on Wednesday for an end to the global scourge of child trafficking and exploitation.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - African island states this week said they need more help to cope with the health impacts of climate change, from worsening nutrition to a resurgence in mosquito-borne disease.
DAR EL BARKA, Mauritania (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Day after day, Aminetou Mint Yarg and her fellow villagers in southern Mauritania haul water from the river and tend to their crops under a burning desert sun.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mauritanian activists on Tuesday praised the United States' decision to end trade benefits over the practice of slavery and called on other states to follow suit with sanctions.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Demand for electric vehicles is fueling a rise in child labor in cobalt mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo, experts said this week, urging companies to take action as the industry expands.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than 300,000 Congolese forced out of Angola have flooded into a conflict-prone region where they have no food or shelter, aid agencies said on Wednesday, warning of an emerging crisis. | Video
NOUAKCHOTT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Khady knew the man who waited outside her house one evening, followed her down a dark street and put his hand over her mouth. She had refused his offer of marriage several months before.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A surge in militant violence has forced several major aid agencies to suspend operations in part of western Chad, leaving tens of thousands of people without food and health services for weeks, the United Nations said on Friday.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A rape scandal at a U.S. charity in Liberia has exposed the dangers of small, unregulated organizations escaping scrutiny over sexual abuse in the aid world, humanitarian experts said.
DAKAR, Oct 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Aid agencies
said on Thursday that the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic
of Congo could be tipping into a wider crisis as the number of
new cases spiked and violence grounded health workers for a