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June 7, 2021

In Nepal’s COVID-19 Tsunami, Prevention Remains the Best Medicine

India’s desperate COVID-19 situation is driving attention around the world, and with good reason.   Cases and deaths are rapidly rising.  The health care system is overwhelmed and, tragically, […]
June 7, 2021

Global economic development: three lessons to apply as we pull out of the pandemic

No country has escaped the setbacks caused by the pandemic, but its impact on low-income countries is particularly devastating. The World Bank estimates that the pandemic […]
May 18, 2021

USAID FY20 Annual Report

Check out USAID/Indonesia’s Annual Report. World Neighbors is cited on p. 80 for our work in disaster risk reduction.
March 8, 2021

Reproductive Health and Economic Development Are Two Sides of the Same Coin

Wanting one’s children is the most important indicator of a successful family. It is also the best way to reduce pregnancy termination. On International Women’s Day, […]
March 8, 2021

International Women’s Day 2021

This International Women’s Day, World Neighbors (WN) is excited to celebrate the success of our partnership with The Starbucks Foundation.  In 2018, WN received a generous […]
February 9, 2021

Creating Organic Pesticides and Fertilizers from Animal Urine

Chemical pesticides and fertilizers can be problematic—they are dangerous to ingest, they contaminate soil and plants, and they are dangerous to store and use.  In poor, […]
February 1, 2021

We Must Remain Vigilant

“In neighboring villages there continue to be many cases of coronavirus, but thanks to the ongoing work of our disaster management group, Alhamdulillah our village Seruni […]
February 1, 2021

“I Am Healthy Because of Trees”

Michael Abiero Makene, 73, was born in and still lives in the village of Bukama in Tanzania. In 1975 the local government started to promote tree […]
January 13, 2021

Circle of Life

Give a person a fish, the proverb goes, and they can feed their family for a day. Teach them to fish, and you have fed them […]