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Life as an Indian in Haiti

Traffic in Port-au-Prince. For Mr Ranganath, the traffic in the Haitian capital reminds him of India. MINUSTAH File Photo

As an Indian living in Haiti, Prasad Ranganath feels it is very important that he preserve some of the traditions from back home. When he arrived three and half years ago to work…

25 Jul 2015 / Listen /

Women: focus on local politics, migrant workers and the gender gap in Maldives

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Reforms give Haitian women greater role in local politics New legislative changes and a more open public debate are…

23 Jul 2015 / Listen /

Reforms give Haitian women greater role in local politics

Baudouine Kamatari, senior gender advisor for the UN's mission in the country, MINUSTAH. Photo: UN Radio/Eleutério Guevane

New legislative changes and a more open public debate are helping women in Haiti secure a greater role as…

23 Jul 2015 / Listen /

News in Brief 22 July 2015 (PM)

Residents of Sana'a, capital of Yemen, collecting water at one of the few public distribution points earlier in June. Over half a million people received water from local water corporations because of diesel made available by humanitarian partners. Photo: OCHA/P. Kropf

Staple food and fuel in short supply in Yemen Wheat flour and cooking gas are in very short supply…

22 Jul 2015 / Listen /
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