Cambodia is seeking a way out of its post "killing fields" mental health crisis through reconciliation projects and education.
The Nukak Maku is Colombia’s last known nomadic tribe, forced to flee their lands by warring factions in the country's 51-year conflict
Albino children from Tanzania spend last few days in New York before returning home
Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world. October 5 is World Teachers' Day.
Thousands of women have lost their husbands to the conflict between Boko Haram and the Nigerian army
Turner prize winner Anish Kapoor and Chinese artist Ai Weiwei lead a protest walk through central London in support of refugees
Children who live in Ngombe often don't have a choice but to play in the same areas where they relieve themselves
Medellin, Colombia’s second city, is known for being a global leader in urban regeneration, focusing on once-ignored slum areas. The Thomson Reuters Foundation recently visited Medellin to see urban renewal in action and its impact on the lives of the city’s poor.
"We have the same activities, we live the same life and we love in the same way"
In late September, world leaders will meet at the United Nations to adopt a new global plan of action for ending poverty, known as the Sustainable Development Goals
A showcase of finalists' photographs from "Capture Corruption”, a global photo competition sponsored by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Transparency International and the International Anti-Corruption Conference
Maralal, a town north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. The event aims to ease tensions between the tribes, which sometimes clash over cattle rustling and land disputes.
Doctors in northeast India say floating clinics are cutting maternal mortality rates on the region's islands