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A monthly blog about innovative projects in the developing world presented by Canadian Geographic and Canada’s International Development Research Centre

Una Hakika community ambassadors in the town of Kipini, Kenya
Una Hakika community ambassadors in the town of Kipini, Kenya, in June 2014. (Photo: Adrian Gregorich)
Photo: Adrian Gregorich
The text-messaging technology that’s helping quash misinformation and save lives in Kenya
Technicians and farmers watch as an alternating-current solar-powered pump in Talagang, Pakistan
Technicians and farmers watch as an alternating-current solar-powered pump meant to be used with a high-efficiency sprinkler irrigation system is tested at a farm in Talagang, Pakistan, in December 2015. (Photo: HI-AWARE project team/Pakistan Agricultural Research Council)
Photo: HI-AWARE project team/Pakistan Agricultural Research Council
How solar-powered water pumps are helping Pakistani farmers adjust to climate change
Protestors in Kampala
Protestors in Kampala march to court in 2012 to deliver a complaint following the court's delay in delivering judgment on the CEHURD case involving Sylvia Nalubowa and Jennifer Anguko, two women who died in childbirth. (Photo : Courtesy of CEHURD)
Photo : Courtesy of CEHURD
How one organization is using the law to improve maternal and child health in Uganda
A member of the intermittent irrigation project team
A member of the intermittent irrigation project team (left) helps a local farmer conduct a test to measure rice yields near the town of Guadalupe in Northern Peru. (Photo: Esther Montalvan)
Photo: Esther Montalvan
Changing irrigation practices to combat malaria in Northern Peru
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