During the COVID-19 lockdown in the Philippines, Lito wonders which is the bigger threat – the virus or hunger?
Poverty and Development
Aid agencies are helping nearly 13 million people across the country, already 3 million more than a few months ago.
Despite regular eruptions, people of a village in Cape Verde continue to rebuild their homes at the foot of a volcano.
A Tunisian family, once full of hope after the 2011 revolution, now struggles with poverty and some impossible choices.
Community is among the poorest in the country and the Taliban takeover in August has only exacerbated their hardships.
Bolivian coca farmers seized control of the country’s main coca market after clashes with police in the capital, La Paz.
A perpetual cycle of violence has led to a catastrophic humanitarian situation for the CAR’s civilian population.
Amid economic meltdown, Lebanon’s medical crisis is a ‘death sentence’ and starvation a ‘growing reality’, UN says.
NYSC members complain of being sent to dangerous areas, poor conditions and little improvement in job prospects.
As the UN kicks off an energy dialogue, the person charged with global development efforts talks to Al Jazeera.
World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
Lebanon’s annual inflation rate is the highest in the world, according to Bloomberg data.
New report shows how COVID-19 has had a disproportionate socioeconomic impact on Africa’s most populous country.
The UN’s chief painted a grim picture of a divided and polarised world and urged solidarity among nations.