the winners for the philips livable cities award have been announced. the winners include a rain-water aggregration project in yemen, portable recreational areas in buenos aires, and shelters to provide protection and health education in kampala.
bana lafia, 12, can do something her parents cannot – read. illiteracy is a serious problem in benin, with nearly two-thirds of the adult population unable to read or write. a new initiative hopes to change that.
the reliability of water supply is a major issue for millions of households in asia, africa and latin america.
a new look for an-nahar, lebanon’s leading daily newspaper, pays homage to gebran tueni, an editor who died defending the ideals the newspaper upheld.
one of south America’s poorest countries prioritizes mother earth in a law that grants nature equal rights to humans.
the philippines is working to incorporate 20,000 electric tricycles into its traffic flow to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and cut high costs associated with inefficient vehicles.
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Sikkaa is a new social network type site launched from Kuwait and that targets amateur football (soccer) players and teams, helping them to promote themselves and organize matches and tournaments between them.