Women and even girls continue to be the victims of acid attacks by men in Bangladesh and other countries.
There has been a renewed interest in traditional Indian spiritual practices by Native and other Americans alike.
Every year nonprofits and government agencies partner to help resettle the more than one million new immigrants to the United States.
NYU's College of Dentristy partnered with the government of the Caribbean island nation of Grenada to fight tooth decay among children.
Solnechny Mir (Our Sunny World) is a Russian rehabilitation center that hosts more than 250 children and their families each week.
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e-waste recycling in Agbogbloshie provides a livelihood for thousands of people, but it also results in a heavily polluted environment.
The Sustainability in Prisons Project is helping US prisons reduce their operating costs and providing ex-cons a pathway to green jobs.
The nonprofit Fight for Peace uses boxing to create a dialogue with hard-to-reach urban youth.
The Manoshi Project in Bangladesh is proving that 90 percent of pregnancy-related deaths are preventable.
Emory and Chris Rose are members of a multi-issue nonprofit—SOCM—that tackles health, employment, and environmental issues in the isolated and often struggling coalfield communities of Tennessee.