Cows are holy in the Hindu religion, and so is their dung. That's why Amazon in India is selling cow dung cakes to city dwellers.
If it didn't hashtag, did it really happen? We look back on the trendiest hashtags in global development in 2015.
Pediatrician Namala Mkopi shares his new insights into the art of parenting and doctoring. He also tells NPR why people need to pay more attention to a disease no one likes to talk about: diarrhea.
What will be the big stories of 2016? Four experts offer their best guesses. They worry about Zika virus and malaria. But not all their predictions are downers.
It took a British doc, a simple recipe for liquid morphine and a lot of re-education.
Translation: Global Health and Development is not an acronym-free zone. Hope this helps you make sense of the alphabet soup of acronyms.
Viral videos come from every corner of the planet. Here's a look at some of the year's most popular YouTube videos from the developing world.
Ethiopia is grappling with an epic drought that could lead to famine. Here's why the world isn't stepping up.
Two earthquakes, a delayed constitution and unrest on the Indian border: The Year of the Monkey can't come soon enough.