Daily Archives: January 11, 2017


Female Genital Mutilation In Tanzania

Last month in northern Tanzania, more than 800 girls were subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM). Despite the practice being outlawed in Tanzania, the practice still affects millions of girls in the country. Up to 7.9 million girls and women in Tanzania are thought to have undergone FGM. However, FGM […]


Access To Health Services In Developing Countries

The health services that are accessible by the public in third world countries are profoundly limited. Many of these countries are experiencing some degree of conflict within their borders, and have a substantial amount of injured civilians. These civilians are unable to receive the care and support necessary to successfully […]


New Regulations Announced To Tackle Toxic Smog In China

Environmental pollution, particularly, air pollution is a critical issue that has been rising especially since the industrial revolution period. As more economically developing countries are emerging throughout the years, pollution also complies with this advancement. Smog, in scientific terms, “is a yellowish or blackish fog formed mainly by a mixture […]