Cover photo: https://panamapapers.icij.org/ By Nicole Tse, Updated April 8, 2016 140 politicians and public officials from around the world are in..
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By: Dr. Carmen Benítez Coordinator of the medical program, Pop Wuj / Timmy Global Health / Todos Juntos (All Together)..
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Cover photo: Community members at the reopening of the press center in Uspantán, Zona Reina, Quiché, Guatemala. By Lucía Escobar @luchalibre ..
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By Carlos Salvatierra – Executive Secretary of Redmanglar International and collaborator with COGMANGLAR Trees with twisted roots that plunge into..
Social entrepreneurship is a trending topic in the international community, but the concept of creating sustainable impact has been around..
Cover photo: Jairo Cajina By Dr. Francisco Anzueto Rodriguez, researcher with ANACAFE (National Coffe Association) “La roya,” a fungus that..