What does it mean to be a refugee? We asked Syrian refugees living in Jordan.
We travelled to Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, and made a film about how some Syrian refugees are using music to cope with life in the camps.
The injustice of poverty demands a powerful and practical response to address both its causes and its impact on peoples' lives. Joining with others, we seek to overcome poverty using a six-sided strategy.
The GROW female food champion competition in Tanzania attracted over 6000 nominations from women farmers and producers, but who would be recognized as Mama SujaWaChakula, a woman champion?
Our work with small farmers in China to grow crops better adapted to the climate, combined with lobbying authorities to more actively involve villagers in decision making is yielding results.
Building on lessons learned the previous year, our early response to the food crisis in the Sahel in 2012 reached almost a million people across Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Chad.
50 Voices, 50 Places: a collection of people's hopes and aspirations for a united, peaceful and prosperous Africa.
We asked you to do ordinary things out of place to make a noise about unjust land grabs. You delivered in the thousands. We put your images to Coldplay's song, and the World Bank listened.
Malian musicians tell how conflict has devastated the North of the country and how people are working across the divides for peace and development.
In March 2011, 769 families from Polochic Valley (Guatemala) were violently evicted from the land where they had always lived. Now, two years after the eviction, the chance has increased of these families returning to their land and having a place to live and grow food once again.