March 19, 2014, No comments

March 17, 2014 Dig Deep celebrates World Water Day with  interactive infographic  featuring videos, photos, and tweets from everyday people who experienced water poverty in the 2013 4Liter Challenge. LOS [...]

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Bagan – a dreamscape in brick and gold

February 5, 2014, No comments

Deep in the heart of Burma, the Bagan complex displays its 3,000 temples, pagodas and stupas in an enchanted setting, a blend of grandiose and rust ...

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The Aeta people – the last hunter-gatherers in the Philippines

January 16, 2014, No comments

Hidden away in the mountains in the northern Philippines, the Aetas are a gentle people with a poorly known culture. Treated as second-class citizens, ...

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First Global Slavery Index Counts World’s Population Living In Modern Slavery

January 14, 2014, 1 Comment

The world’s first ‘Global Slavery Index’ provides a shocking insight into the estimated numbers of people living in modern slavery ...

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    Aime: A Loving Home
    October 9, 2013, No comments

    Aime is a home in Manila that takes in mentally disabled street children. There they learn how to live with others and about the basics of self-sufficiency, but above all, [...]

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    Banteay Chhmar – Lost Angkor in Miniature
    September 24, 2013, No comments

    Tucked away in the northwest of Cambodia, far from the tourist highways and easy-to-access clichéd attractions, Banteay Chhmar is a magical and mysterious place with a vegetation-shrouded temple that is [...]

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    Rice is Life
    July 2, 2013, No comments

    When the first autumn chill descends and the leaves begin to fall in England, in Maepon, northern Thailand, grains of rice fall from the plants and come to rest in [...]