If you’ve been paying attention to the world of health and fitness recently, you’ve probably heard about the Paleolithic diet—a regime of nuts, meats and vegetables that’s based on the meals of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. While health experts are still duking out the benefits of the “paleo diet,” Daniel Sellen, a professor at the University
The origin story for a top international charity begins at Northwestern University, and the director returned to campus on April 23 to talk about the organization’s successes and challenges as a part of the One Book One Northwestern series. “This really is a very special moment for me,” One Acre Fund Director Matt Forti said.
It takes all of one day of field work in Sub-Saharan Africa to realize that the culture surrounding development is a real problem. No matter how old you are, how qualified or unqualified you are, your status as somebody from the Global North guarantees you a seat at the table, and when you talk, people
As I was getting on the plane with Mary Poliwka and my twin toddlers to head back to Tanzania, it occurred to me that I have been coming to the country on and off for nine years. A lot changes in nine years. A lot of things in Tanzania have gotten easier, as I am
Maternal health services video blog from the field: Tanzania, 2013 This film documents the process behind patient transportation for emergency maternal health services at Meru District Hospital near Arusha, Tanzania. Due to resource shortages and lacking infrastructure, women needing an emergency caesarean section must often wait for precious minutes while the staff search the entire