Stigmatised people living with HIV often suffer from fear, depression and abuse. It’s sometimes easier to stop a treatment regime than risk being ostracised or assaulted by the community.
Many animal species can be detected using a simple, low tech method of collecting DNA from the environment.
The challenge is to ensure that the bank is making decisions on a principled and predictable basis.
Digital tax filing can improve accuracy and timeliness but it doesn’t always translate into higher tax revenue.
The world’s largest women’s sporting event is being hosted in Africa for the first time.
In this area, much of the work of being educated is only indirectly tied to the schooling experience.
Deadly attacks on schoolchildren by terrorists groups have been growing around the world from 2009.
Gay and gender-diverse people have historically faced enormous obstacles finding refuge abroad.
A scholar of politics and religion explains how anti-LGBTQ laws are being used to distract the public from governance failures in many parts of the world.
The circumstances, challenges and history of Rwanda are intertwined with Paul Kagame’s own life story.
Health workers with relatives in positions of power were frequently absent from work.
College students learn about people who have dedicated their professional lives to reducing the threat of violence – and their successes and failures.
The success of the Ugandan dance troupe offers a chance to discuss the harms of institutional care.
The number of refugees leaving Sudan is particularly high because Sudan was itself host to a million refugees.
Finding the right balance between media freedom and limits remains one of the greatest challenges modern democracies face.
Using the state budget as collateral it is too risky a move when it comes to dealing with Beijing.
The proposed law reinforces unscientific conversion practices – or so-called reparative therapies – that don’t work.
The region’s forces are seen as important in addressing the long-running conflict in the DRC – but their involvement is complicated.
The Ugandan orphans stole headlines after performing on Britain’s Got Talent - but have been an internet sensation for years.
In March, Albanese joined 50,000 people to march in support of queer rights. At the same time, in another part of the world, Uganda passed a string of draconian anti-gay laws.