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From transparency and tax avoidance to an insight into Latin America's longest-running conflict, take a look at what Thomson Reuters Foundation correspondents are working on this week
Planning for major heat waves can save lives
Thousands of monitoring stations across the continent create potential for Africa to have increased supplies of food, stronger economies and greater stability for its people
As sorghum becomes a nationally subsidised crop, it should shore up food supplies for drought-hit farmers
The next global plan for disaster risk reduction must tackle the links between disasters, vulnerability and poverty
Every country needs to appoint a high-level nutrition leader to drive forward the nutrition agenda and ensure pledges by world leaders are followed through
Striving for peace in war-torn and violent countries is vital. No-one can argue with that. But pooling all available resources into security and side-lining life-threatening issues like malnutrition is a dangerous path to follow
A disasters target is included in the first suggested goal to end poverty - now we need to fight to keep it in
Lost food means lost land, water, fertiliser and income - a devastating prospect for vulnerable rural families
Focus is on increasing output of produce like apples and potatoes that will improve people's health and keep them fed between harvests of the main local crops
The international community has decided at last to get serious about nutrition
We can virtually end extreme poverty within the next generation but we can't wait for the post-2015 development goals - we must focus on meeting current targets, says the policy director at ONE
Better skills, access to quality seed, and cooperation could help African smallholder farmers
Mosque worshippers calm protesters, win praise for conflict resolution English-style
As climate shifts increase pressure on natural resources and raise the risk of conflict, steps need to be taken to include climate adaptation in conflict prevention and resolution
When aid agencies prevent food shortages from turning into a crisis, they need the press to tell the 'good news' story to donors, but this didn't happen in the Sahel last year
Migration is the world's leading means of poverty reduction because of huge remittance flows, and migrants should be regarded as a blessing, not a scourge, in the world's development strategy, a leading migration expert says.
Climate change needs a new narrative that engages people, and creates a world where people prosper without increasing pollution
U.N. Human Development Report in 2013 raises questions about the future, given rapid rise of developing countries. Narrowing gender gap and halting climate change are key to development, it says.
Should the long-established livelihoods of hunters and gatherers be integrated into the modern economy?