“No Room for Saviors in Global Health”
October 10, 2018
Growing up in Karachi, in a village without electricity or running water, Matt Reeve saw how deprivation shapes people’s health choices.
Karachi's Waterborne Mafia
September 12, 2018
In Karachi, the scarcity of government-supplied water has given way to a lucrative “water tanker mafia” enabled by paid-off water board officials, police and landlords.
The Streets of Karachi
March 24, 2017
What’s it like to hurtle through the streets of Karachi on a mission to save lives daily? Writer Samira Shackle does a ride-along with in an Edhi Foundation ambulance, part of the the world’s largest voluntary ambulance fleet with more than 1,500 across Pakistan.