There’s so much truth in satire.
Barack Obama made women’s entrepreneurship a major focus of his first presidential trip to Kenya. But Deepa Dosaja is already way ahead of him.
A new Nairobi exhibit of political cartoons traces Kenyans’ changing feelings about the U.S. president.
A Canadian woman went to South Sudan hoping to help its women and girls weather violence. Instead, she experienced sexual violence herself. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore investigates her unfulfilled quest for justice.
Reproductive health advocates say they were told Kenyan officials insisted on the removal of the billboard criticizing Obama’s position on a controversial abortion rule.
A group of women’s rights organizations have asked the U.S. president to loosen the abortion rule.
Here, have some misogyny with your austerity.
President Ashraf Ghani also appointed six more women to senior government posts.
There aren’t many women who actually use the free drugs — but the ones who do are usually survivors of rape.
Abortion drugs are mostly illegal there — except, maybe, if you fly them in.
45 female poets joined forces to confront gender-based violence, cultural expectations, and other pressures of being a girl or woman.
For decades the terrible crimes perpetrated against women under the Khmer Rouge were hidden from view. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore talked to the victims of the dictatorial regime who are now getting their day in court.
Someone is so upset about the way the United Nations is handling a sex abuse scandal that they’ve hired a puppet to explain how absurd it all seems.
The strongman is also a funnyman. At least according to his fellow African leaders.
They want the U.S. government to allow abortion services for women and girls who’ve been raped.
The results of a BuzzFeed News/Ipsos poll are in, including a snapshot of the world’s views on abortion. Among the findings: seemingly popular support in Ireland for changing its abortion laws.
Une campagne demande à l’Onu de lever cette immunité prévue par la convention de 1946, qui accorde selon ces critiques une impunité totale aux prédateurs sexuels.
Critics say a 1946 convention has turned into a blank check for sexual predators.
These women spent a year fighting Ebola in their neighborhood, so when they learned about Nepal’s earthquake, they knew a little bit goes a long way.
The Kenyan government named two respected human rights organizations on a list of 85 companies and individuals suspected of supporting Somali terror group al-Shabaab.