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FEATURED VIDEO: Investing in a Clean, Green Future

From tourism-dependent nations like Barbados to those rich with natural resources like Guyana, climate change poses one of the biggest challenges for the countries of the Caribbean – and it hasn’t gone unnoticed by the region’s premier financial institution, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB).

FEATURED VIDEO: CDB Partners with the Caribbean in Climate Change Fight

With numerous challenges brought on by climate change, Caribbean countries are facing a dilemma. In Jamaica for example, the agriculture and water sectors are under increasing threat.

VIDEO: Raising Autism Consciousness

On the 2nd of April, to observe World Autism Awareness Day, IPS will be highlighting the issues and plight surrounding the rising global phenomenon of this often misunderstood affliction that is consuming many of the world's children.

FEATURED VIDEO: World Water Day

World Water Day on March 22nd gives us an opportunity to reflect on the one simple truth: water is life.

Islam and Christianity the Great Convergence: Working jointly towards equal citizenship rights

Message of His Royal Highness Prince Hassan bin Talal of the Hachemite Kingdom of Jordan

Man Who Planted 50,000 Trees

Abdus Samad Sheikh, 60, cannot sleep peacefully at night if he doesn't plant a tree every day.

Zimbabwe: Widows Deprived of Property Rights

Widows in Zimbabwe are routinely evicted from their homes and land, and their property is stolen by in-laws when their husbands die, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The government of Zimbabwe should urgently take steps to protect widows from this practice.

Beekeeping in Chalanbeel Gains Popularity among Pabna, Sirajganj Farmers

From time immemorial, honey is popularly known as the best cure for hundreds of diseases.Yet, we rarely allow bees to make hives, in which they store the honey they produce from nectar of flowers, around our houses.

PKSF: Coordinated and Sustainable Development


 
This video was originally published by PKSF, Bangladesh

Centre for Policy Dialogue Research and Publications in 2016


 
This video was originally published by Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), Bangladesh

The Real-Life Tale of a Domestic Worker

Snow White is from Karen State, Myanmar. Her father died when she was 11, leaving her responsible for the care of her mother and younger siblings. Lacking opportunity and education in her hometown, Snow White joined a group of friends hoping to be smuggled into Thailand to find work as domestic workers, setting off a harrowing journey that nearly left her dead. Watch our story to find out how Snow White’s story unfolds.

Refugees Flee Political Violence in Burundi

A year after political violence erupted in Burundi, nearly 300 000 people have fled to neighboring Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo.

Man-Made Disasters Intensify Vulnerability

As sea levels continue to rise, coastal communities in the province of Sindh, Pakistan, must now move further inland. Whereas uncontaminated, fresh water could be found in abundance up to 20 years before , the villagers must now dig up to 18ft in search of the few sources of clean water. When the cyclone hit District Thatta in 1999, mass destruction followed in its wake. Today, villagers still feel the grave consequence of its aftermath.

Rain as a Source of Fear

In the province of Sindh, Pakistan, rain is no longer a source of happiness, it is rather, a source of fear. "In the past, the climate was not so cruel", Haji Qasim, a local villager explains. As ongoing drought threatens the future of land cultivation and livestock in rural villages in the region, survival is no longer guaranteed to these victims of harsh climate change.

WATCH: Tongi Inferno

At least 24 people were killed and 74 injured, many critically, in a huge fire triggered by a boiler explosion at plastic packaging factory Tampaco Foils Limited in Tongi industrial area of Gazipur today.

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