As recently as the mid-nineties, Rwanda’s average life expectancy was 30 years. With a fractured health system and limited medical personnel, Rwanda’s health recovery seemed bleak and the international community were reluctant to lend financial aid. As it happened, the world was wrong. Within a few years, the country’s health outcomes reflected some of the […] Read More
Indian law prohibits the killing of animals for purposes of population control. Despite the law, large scale dog culling is still being practiced in the country by private citizens frustrated with municipal inaction. Culling does not reduce street dog populations. Instead, the loss is supplemented with increased birth rates meaning that the dog population’s average […] Read More