Global Development - The Guardian

Synopsis

Every month well explore the key issues affecting billions of people across the developing world. Recent editions have looked at why 75 million of the worlds poorest children cant access education, why El Niño has worsened the food shortages in Malawi and Zimbabwe and how big data offers new tools to help countries meet their development goals

Episodes

  •  How opera found an open ear in South Africas townships – podcast

    How opera found an open ear in South Africa's townships – podcast

    25/07/2018 Duration: 19min
  •  Resistance 101: the video game going to war on malaria – podcast

    Resistance 101: the video game going to war on malaria – podcast

    18/07/2018 Duration: 16min
  •  The cashless taxi system thats reducing Rwandas traffic accidents – podcast

    The cashless taxi system that's reducing Rwanda's traffic accidents – podcast

    11/07/2018 Duration: 14min
  •  The Palestinian engineer using ashes and rubble to rebuild Gaza – podcast

    The Palestinian engineer using ashes and rubble to rebuild Gaza – podcast

    04/07/2018 Duration: 17min
  •  Half of Indian children are sexually abused: a survivor speaks out – podcast

    'Half of Indian children are sexually abused': a survivor speaks out – podcast

    27/06/2018 Duration: 19min
  •  The doctor from Myanmar faced with 1 million patients and a plague of rats – podcast

    The doctor from Myanmar faced with 1 million patients and a plague of rats – podcast

    20/06/2018 Duration: 19min
  •  Executed, disappeared, tortured: the risks of defending human rights – podcast

    Executed, disappeared, tortured: the risks of defending human rights – podcast

    30/05/2018 Duration: 19min
  •  Every girl is forced by our culture into FGM: battling for change in Kenya – podcast

    'Every girl is forced by our culture into FGM': battling for change in Kenya – podcast

    23/05/2018 Duration: 19min
  •  Children were dying of hunger: the doctor fighting for Ecuadors poor – podcast

    'Children were dying of hunger': the doctor fighting for Ecuador's poor – podcast

    16/05/2018 Duration: 18min
  •  Could this man end the 35-year tyranny of Cameroons President Biya? – podcast

    Could this man end the 35-year tyranny of Cameroon's President Biya? – podcast

    09/05/2018 Duration: 18min
  •  Its everywhere – in factories, in the bedroom: fighting Indias gender violence – podcast

    'It's everywhere – in factories, in the bedroom': fighting India's gender violence – podcast

    02/05/2018 Duration: 24min
  •  Sun, sand and thousands of refugees: the Lesbos volunteer – podcast

    Sun, sand and thousands of refugees: the Lesbos volunteer – podcast

    25/04/2018 Duration: 26min
  •  From cattle herder to big pharma expert: one mans fight to end malaria – podcast

    From cattle herder to big pharma expert: one man's fight to end malaria – podcast

    18/04/2018 Duration: 21min
  •  The woman who braves bullets and bombs to uphold her fathers legacy in Somalia – podcast

    The woman who braves bullets and bombs to uphold her father's legacy in Somalia – podcast

    11/04/2018 Duration: 19min
  •  Human experience will always speak louder than any campaign – podcast

    Human experience will always speak louder than any campaign – podcast

    04/04/2018 Duration: 16min
  •  Block like an Egyptian: roller derby team get womens rights on track – podcast

    Block like an Egyptian: roller derby team get women's rights on track – podcast

    28/03/2018 Duration: 17min
  •  Oxfam allegations are tip of iceberg: sexual harassment and aid workers – podcast

    'Oxfam allegations are tip of iceberg': sexual harassment and aid workers – podcast

    14/02/2018 Duration: 10min
  •  Everything was clouded by Trump in 2017: a challenging year for poor nations – podcast

    'Everything was clouded by Trump in 2017': a challenging year for poor nations – podcast

    19/12/2017 Duration: 20min
  •  It was unbelievable horror: the Rohingya crisis – podcast

    'It was unbelievable horror': the Rohingya crisis – podcast

    07/12/2017 Duration: 17min
  •  Famine as mass atrocity: in conversation with Alex de Waal – podcast

    'Famine as mass atrocity': in conversation with Alex de Waal – podcast

    23/11/2017 Duration: 15min
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