Nurith Aizenman

Nurith Aizenman

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A New Surge Of Ebola Cases Suspected In Congo

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Approximately 1,500 People Still In Shelters After Hurricane Florence

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Environmentalists Concerned That More Coal Ash Ponds Will Spill Into Rivers

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A man checks his phone to confirm that the charity GiveDirectly has transferred a cash grant to his account. Nichole Sobecki for NPR hide caption

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Which Foreign Aid Programs Work? The U.S. Runs A Test — But Won't Talk About It

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Health workers remove their protective suits at a treatment center set up by Doctors without Borders in Mangina, a town in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Karin Huster hide caption

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A Dangerous Twist To The Latest Ebola Outbreak

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In the movie Crazy Rich Asians, Princess Intan (Kris Aquino, left) and economist Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) meet at a wedding in Singapore and have a little tete-a-tete about, of all things, microloans. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Why A Drop Of 4 Degrees Made A Big Difference For A Garment Maker's Bottom Line

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Baltimore Group Caring For Migrant Children, Working To Reunite Them With Parents

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A patient talks with a nurse at a traveling contraception clinic in Madagascar run by the British nonprofit group Marie Stopes International. The organization is one of many that has decided to give up U.S. funding because it deems Trump's ban on providing abortion referrals to be ethically unacceptable. Samantha Reinders for NPR hide caption

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Preschools In Ghana's Capital Challenge Call-And-Response System

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