In China, as elsewhere, the pandemic has turned the world of work upside down.
Cambodia found the strength to rebuild itself
through art after the 1979 genocide. While the context is different, this example suggests the importance of art in navigating COVID-19.
Female leaders have shone in the response to the coronavirus pandemic but is there more to it than simply having women in charge?
An external shock such as coronavirus merely presses pause on conflicts and offers little hope for solutions.
In a health crisis, decisions about treatment and containment must be made quickly. It’s crucial those decisions be based on research evidence, but fast and easy access is not always available.
It could be a matter of days before the ebola epidemic in the DRC spreads to urban centres or spills over into neighbouring countries.
The striking doctors in Kenya have vowed not to resume work until the government meets their demands.
Doctors in Kenya went on strike two months ago asking the government to implement a collective bargaining agreement signed in June 2013.
Aleppo has 85,000 children. Dozens are injured every week, just like five-year old Omran Daqneesh whose pictures have shocked the world. Many have far worse injuries and will not survive.