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At the artificial limbs centre in Gaza. Credit: Emad Badwan/IPS
August 10, 2009

MIDEAST: Piecing the Injured Back Together

On a Saturday morning in Gaza city, the Artificial Limb and Polio Centre (ALPC) is filled with people waiting to see the director, Dr. Hazem Al-Shawwa.
And so with the rest of the taxi. Credit: Emad Badwan/IPS
August 3, 2009

MIDEAST: And Still They Run These Taxis

Salleh wonders how he will pay for a replacement car part he bought from the tunnels black market.
July 15, 2009

MIDEAST: Malnutrition Begins to Bite

"No one is buying meat these days," says Yousef Al-Jerjowi, sitting next to his butcher shop devoid of customers.
A fishing boat hacked by Israelis. Credit: Emad Badwan/IPS
July 1, 2009

MIDEAST: Finding Fish, But Israelis Too

"They told us 'go west or we will shoot you'," says Ashraf Sadallah. "Initially, we refused, so they began shooting very close all around our boat."
A cesspool in Gaza arising from Israeli bombing. Credit: Emad Badwan
June 18, 2009

MIDEAST: Attack on Water Brings Sanitation Crisis

'Biddun mey, fish heyya', they say in Arabic for a universal truth: 'Without water, there is no life'.
Nidal Eid builds his home with mud bricks Credit: Eva Bartlett
May 7, 2009

MIDEAST: Palestinians Rebuild With Mud

Jihad el-Shaar is pleased with his mud-brick house in the Moraj district of Gaza. The 80-square metre home is a basic one-storey, two-bedroom design, with a small kitchen, bathroom and sitting room, made mostly with mud and straw.
A Palestinian farmer shows how to duck Israeli fire. Credit: Eva Bartlett
April 6, 2009

MIDEAST: Lost in the Buffer Zone

"They're always shooting at us. Every day they shoot at us," says Alaa Samour (19), pulling aside his shirt to show a scar on his shoulder. Samour said he was shot on Dec. 28 last year by Israeli soldiers positioned along the border fence near New Abassan village, east of Khan Younis in the south of the Gaza Strip.
Manwa Tarrabin, now homeless in Gaza. Credit: Sharyn Lock
March 6, 2009

MIDEAST: Suddenly, Home Was Gone

Dates in the calendar to mark the rights of women mean little to Manwa Tarrabin (56) and her two daughters. They have lost home, and any rights to it.
Ahmed Hassanin, injured after the ceasefire. Credit: Eva Bartlett
January 26, 2009

MIDEAST: Ceasefire Broken From Day One

At 7.30 am Jan. 22, five days after Israeli authorities declared a 'ceasefire' following their 22-day air, land and sea bombardment of the Gaza Strip, Israeli gunboats renewed shelling off the Gaza city coast, injuring at least six, including four children.
May 10, 2018

“I Wake Up Screaming”: Gaza’s Children Bear the Brunt of Violence

Reham Qudaih wakes up nightly to the same nightmare: her father shot, lying on the ground in a pool of blood. “In my dreams he is on the ground shot. When I have that dream – which I’ve had more than once I wake up screaming,” she told the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).
May 30, 2014

Syrians Flock to Vote in Lebanon… But Not in The West

Roughly three kilometres north of Beirut's Syrian embassy in Baabda, Syrians crammed in one of an endless stream of buses, exited and continued on foot. The masses opted to walk the remaining few kilometres rather than sit in a traffic jam generated by the tens of thousands flocking to vote.
December 13, 2012

First Muslim Human Rights Commission to Launch End December

Gathering for the first time here in Washington, representatives of the newly established human rights commission of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) stated Thursday that they plan to start their substantive work by the end of the month.
August 30, 2012

Knocking on an Uncertain Gateway to the World

“I waited from 10 am till 5 pm for my wife to cross from Egypt. She was among many hundreds who were coming into Gaza. Some waited since 6 am, some since the day before.”
For many survivors of the last Israeli war on Gaza, time has not healed their wounds, physical or emotional. Credit: Eva Bartlett/IPS
March 7, 2012

U.S. Weapons Claiming Palestinian Lives, Group Says

A new policy paper published earlier this week by the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation documents a number of cases occurring over the past decade in which weapons and ammunition produced and financed by the U.S. have been used to kill unarmed Palestinians and U.S. citizens.
January 8, 2012

MIDEAST: The Olive Branch Fights Back

"During hard times, we have survived off olive oil," says Ahmed Sourani from the Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committee. "During the last war many people who couldn’t leave their homes had only bread and olive oil to sustain them for long periods."
For Palestinian women, the uprisings are nothing new. Credit: Eva Bartlett/IPS
November 4, 2011

As Arab Spring Turns to Winter, Women Fear Pushback

For the women who participated in the political and social revolutions during the Arab Spring in 2011, there is a significant opportunity to enact real change for women's roles and relationships in the region - and also the possibility things could go the other way.
April 13, 2020

Ag4Dev, Spring 2020: Journal of the Tropical Agriculture Association


No. 39, Spring 2020, Agriculture for Development: open edition 14th Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture: Smarter foods | Agricultural hazard management in Bangladesh |IPPC special report Climate change and land: extended review | Getting more, much more, from tropical agriculture | Sir George Stapledon | Agriculture and rural roads | TAA 2019 AGM report | TAA 2019 Honours |Moving coastlines: farming the mudflats of Bangladesh | Digital farming and tropical agriculture.
January 21, 2019

Moving Beyond Just Building Toilets

One of the most laudable initiatives of the current government’s regime is the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) that was launched on Oct 2, 2014, with a larger vision of a clean India. The critical aspect of the mission was that—unlike many of the movements that preceded it—this had a measurable outcome (making India open defecation free) and a firm timeline (by 2019).
November 22, 2013

Local Action Against Climate Change a Beacon of Hope

In Maputo, a port city on the Indian Ocean in Mozambique, 44 percent of the 1.2 million inhabitants live in poverty, making them even more vulnerable to the effects of sea level rise, floods and cyclones. But despite their severe poverty, their day-to-day experience gives them practical knowledge on how to deal with climate change effects.
Cracks in old building in Santiago, Cuba. Credit: Jorge Luis Baños/IPS
April 14, 2010

CUBA: Quake Damage Begins at Home

With the wounds exposed by earthquakes in Haiti, Chile and other parts of the Americas, Cuba is beginning to focus on its own great challenge: adapting construction for housing that can withstand strong tremors.
Cracks in an old building in Santiago, Cuba. - Jorge Luis Baños/IPS
April 12, 2010

Quake Damage Begins at Home

There is little awareness about quake-related dangers for homes and other buildings in vulnerable zones like Cuba, say experts.
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