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By Kait Bolongaro
On the streets of Hue, motorcycles and busses whizz past as pedestrians try to cross the road without becoming roadkill. Young hipsters Read more


by Kathy O’Hare
The fishermen in Msasani Beach, Dar es Salaam are visible. They are visible because they use dhows, traditional boats usually Read more


by Paul Fallon
Before departing from Dublin airport on my way to Dhaka I stumbled across the Economist’s intelligence unit rating Read more

 Journalists and media professionals with an interest in reporting on issues in the developing world are invited to apply for funding under the winter 2016 Read more

by Ben Panter
In the seat of the African Union, traffic lights are rare and there are no rights of way. There are also Read more


by Didem Tali
The taxi driver that was taking me from the airport to my hotel asked me why I was visiting Pucallpa, Read more

By Jennifer Barker
Arriving back in Haiti hits me hard. Instantly I’m awash with the familiar magical and chaotic energy that is almost palpable in Read more

by Lorraine Courtney
Walking through the steel turnstiles that form the entrance of the Kilis refugee camp on the Syrian border, it is the Read more


by Colin Brennan
Rising has been an extremely popular word in Ireland this year and it summed up the feeling in Kolkata, India, Read more

by Aisling Hussey
Yesterday marked the first anniversary of the Nepalese earthquake, which resulted in the death of over 8,000 people and widespread destruction in Read more

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