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STORIES OF LIFE IN A CHANGING WORLD

Lual Mayen, CEO of Junub Games, says that before he taught himself how to code at a refugee camp, "I never thought video games were made by people. I thought they just fall from heaven." Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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Homes destroyed by Cyclone Idai litter the riverbanks of Buzi district, Mozambique. Weather forecasters there say they do not have all the resources they need to cope with more extreme weather affecting the country as a result of climate change. Nichole Sobecki/VII for NPR hide caption

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Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change In Mozambique

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A 4% hike in metro fares sparked major protests in Santiago, Chile, that raised many issues of inequality, including long waits at public hospitals and overcrowded schools. Cristobal Venegas/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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There's A New Kind Of Inequality. And It's Not About Income

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Measles Numbers Were Bad In 2018. This Year, They're Even Worse

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Supporters of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community hold placards during a protest against passing of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019, in Bangalore, India, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019. Members of the LGBT community alleged that the bill violated their rights instead of empowering them. The bill was passed in upper house of Indian parliament on Tuesday. Aijaz Rahi/AP hide caption

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Babies in their cribs at Lambano Sanctuary, a hospice for orphaned children with HIV in Gauteng, South Africa. Andrew Aitchison/Pictures Ltd./Corbis/Getty Images hide caption

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Denis Otieno and his daughter plant a cypress sapling purchased with money received from the charity GiveDirectly back in 2017. More recently, the charity teamed up with researchers to study the impact of cash grants on the wider community. Nichole Sobecki for NPR hide caption

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Researchers Find A Remarkable Ripple Effect When You Give Cash To Poor Families

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President Evo Morales at the inauguration of new buildings in a housing project in 2016. The Indigenous Aymara artist Roberto Mamani Mamani painted murals over a building facade. Marcelo Perez Del Carpio/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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