3D Printing for Amputees: A New Leg for Joan

3D Printing for Amputees A New Leg for Joan

Thirty million people in developing countries need either a prosthetic limb or some other form of orthopedic assistance. Can 3D printing help them? A multimedia story by Benjamin Breitegger and Jelca Kollatsch. more...

Pollution Quiz: Where the Air Is Dirtiest

Pollution Quiz Where the Air Is Dirtiest

What means of transportation is the worst polluter? Where is the air particularly dirty? Explore our interactive quiz to learn more about the state of air pollution around the world. more...


Free Money: Providing a Basic Income as Development Aid

Free Money Providing a Basic Income as Development Aid

It sounds like a dream: Poor villagers are handed money regularly every month, for several years, with no conditions attached. An American organization is currently testing the model in Kenya. By Patrick Witte (Text) and Kirsten Milhahn (Photos and Videos) more... Comment ]

Living in Shame: Helping Rape Victims Return to Life

Living in Shame Helping Rape Victims Return to Life

Left incontinent after rape or a lack of medical care during pregnancy, thousands of African women are stigmatized and shunned each year. In some places, though, the situation is improving. A report from Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Von Andrea Jeska und Fabian Weiss (Fotos) more... Comment ]


War on Hunger: The Massive Logistical Challenge of Feeding the Starving

War on Hunger The Massive Logistical Challenge of Feeding the Starving

Risky air drops and truck deliveries across some of the most dangerous roads in the world: To tackle what is currently Africa's worst hunger crisis, the U.N. World Food Program is using all means at its disposal. Every month, the agency moves more than 25,000 tons of food in its war on hunger. A Multimedia Story by Christoph Titz  and Maria Feck (Photos and Videos) more... Comment ]

Interactive Quiz: Where Hunger Is Still a Problem

Interactive Quiz Where Hunger Is Still a Problem

The good news is that significant progress has been made in recent years in reducing the number of people suffering from hunger. But millions around the world still don't have enough to eat. How much do you know about the problem? Von Marcel Pauly more...


One Year After Hurricane Matthew: 'We Weren't Really Prepared'

One Year After Hurricane Matthew 'We Weren't Really Prepared'

One year ago, Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti killing hundreds of people and destroying countless buildings. The country's already fragile health care system collapsed. Medical professionals talk about the day the storm hit. Aus Haiti berichtet Alexis Ward more... Video ]

Quiz on the Global Water Supply: Where the World Is Thirsty

Quiz on the Global Water Supply Where the World Is Thirsty

How much water do you use in a day? What countries are at the greatest risk of water shortages and drought? Take a look at our quiz to learn more about water in our world. By Marcel Pauly more... Comment ]


UN Drinking Water Report: Thirsty in Paradise

UN Drinking Water Report Thirsty in Paradise

Millions of people around the world still don't have secure access to drinking water. A new report shows where the situation is most precarious. By Marcel Pauly more... Comment ]

All Our Globe Quizzes Troves and Troves of Data

Did you enjoy taking a BeyondTomorrow quiz but are still hungry for more? Check out our links page to all the globe quizes we have posted so far. more...