Is it time to rethink aid to Africa? Economist Dambisa Moyo is on tour to discuss her theories and her latest book, 'Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa.' Moyo talks with PRI's The World.
Beginning this spring, some poor school children in Zambia will no longer have to walk long distances to school. They're getting specially designed bikes courtesy of a Chicago foundation called World Bicycle Relief. Jay Field reports for PRI's The World.
Zambia is considered one of Africa's most stable countries. But recently, it's hit shaky ground. A controversial election and rising food prices are putting the young democracy to the test. The World's Laura Lynch has details.
Today's answer is Zambia, home to the largest population of wild hippos on earth. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Brady Barr, host of "Dangerous Encounters" on the National Geographic Channel. He was in Zambia for his latest episode, entitled "Undercover Hippo."
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