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July 2017 Issue

Read Now https://issuu.com/nextgenerationmagazine/docs/images Scoop 1. Impact of abuse on women and how to rectify it 2. Tackling Post Natal Depression 3. Women in Leadership Series: Danni Lin, CEO of...
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Four Silent Emergencies We Need To Talk About

For the first time in history, children are facing the threat of four famines striking at once. But you'd be forgiven for not knowing...

What Is A Famine And Why Is It Still Happening?

The UN has sounded a global alarm: famine has been declared in parts of South Sudan while Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen are teetering on...

How Do You Get Girls To School In The Least Educated...

Maybe, Rakia Soumana sometimes thinks, life could have been a little different. It’s not so bad in Tessa, her village in rural Niger, where...

Access To Drinking Water Around The World – In five Infographics

How many people have access to clean and safe water? Where do they get it from, and how much do they pay for it?...

The World’s 10 hungriest countries

There are over 870 million people in the world who are hungry right now. I'm not talking about could use a snack before lunch...

Heartbreaking: 1 Million Refugees from South Sudan Are Children

There are more than 1 million child refugees who have fled the war in South Sudan, according to the United Nations. And inside the country,...
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Malawi Finally Outlaws Child Marriage

  But it's still legal in Bangladesh, Tanzania, and New York City. It’s finally happened — Malawi has officially outlawed child marriage. Previously, children as young as 15...

Everything to Know About Global Goal 6: Clean Water & Sanitation

What is Global Goal 6? Diarrhea. It’s an uncomfortable, yet passing condition for a lot of people. However, for millions of others living in developing countries,...

See The Difference Clean Water Makes at This School in Nigeria

The right to clean water and sanitation was recognized as early as 1977, yet it was not declared a Human Right until 33 years...

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