Kate Hodal

Writing and reporting on the @guardian's Global Development and Modern-Day Slavery desks. Former @guardian Southeast Asia correspondent.

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Zambian villagers await outcome of UK mining firm's pollution case appeal
January, 18 2019
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EU under fire after lifting threat to ban Thai seafood imports over illegal fishing
January, 10 2019
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'You can feel the love': Syrian who lived in airport on new life in Canada
January, 7 2019
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Turning air into drinking water: Africa's inspired inventors
January, 1 2019
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Girl, 10, dies after female genital mutilation in Sierra Leone
December, 20 2018
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Humanity is on path to self-destruction, warns UN special rapporteur
December, 10 2018
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'No world to leave our children’: progress on women's rights still lags, shows study
December, 7 2018
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World's fastest shark speeding toward extinction
November, 26 2018
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Emaciated, mutilated, dead: the mental health scandal that rocked South Africa
October, 14 2018
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Somalia under renewed scrutiny over FGM after two more young girls die
September, 17 2018
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Zimbabwe declares state of emergency after cholera outbreak claims 20 lives
September, 12 2018
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Twelve men arrested over alleged torture and gang-rape of Moroccan girl
August, 31 2018
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Wider use of rotavirus vaccine urged after 'potent' success of Malawi trial
August, 13 2018
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Scientists hail malaria breakthrough as bed nets prove deadly to mosquitoes
August, 11 2018
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Mauritanian presidential hopeful arrested amid fears of political foul play
August, 9 2018
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'A new approach to crisis': how robots are throwing Syrian refugees a lifeline
August, 9 2018
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Race to contain destructive march of armyworm as pest spreads to India
August, 7 2018
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Anti-slavery app will help users spot potential victims of labour exploitation
July, 30 2018
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Death of 10-year-old girl prompts first FGM prosecution in Somalia's history
July, 26 2018
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Civilians flee conditions 'not fit for humans' in Yemen's besieged port city
July, 21 2018
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10-year-old girl bleeds to death after female genital mutilation in Somalia
July, 20 2018
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Thai court drops charges for workers who claimed they slept next to hens
July, 12 2018
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Abuse is daily reality for female garment workers for Gap and H&M, says report
June, 5 2018
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Township trauma: the terrible cost of drinking during pregnancy
May, 27 2018
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Women saved from Boko Haram claim soldiers made them trade sex for food
May, 24 2018
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Zimbabwe moves to protect women from spiralling cervical cancer rates
May, 4 2018
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Malaria on the march along the Thai-Myanmar border – in pictures
April, 27 2018
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Scientists warn 90% of hepatitis B sufferers remain unaware of silent killer
March, 27 2018
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How a poor community in Mali became a trailblazer for tracking child mortality
March, 16 2018
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Sold to the circus as children: trafficking survivors showcase their skills in Nepal
March, 15 2018
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'Woefully off track': global goals leave behind over half the world's children
March, 7 2018
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'Disappointing': UK revives aid scheme halted over alleged payments to Syrian jihadists
February, 20 2018
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‘It was heartbreaking’: the bleak truth behind Bafta-chasing migrant drama
February, 17 2018
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Not remotely refreshing: global health fund criticised over Heineken alliance
February, 2 2018
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Hundreds of millions of children in school but not learning
February, 2 2018
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Mauritania failing to tackle pervasive slavery, says African Union
January, 29 2018
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'She clearly has no idea': Kenyan doctor condemned over bid to legalise FGM
January, 26 2018
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Scientists confirm what women always knew: men really are the weaker sex
January, 15 2018
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How the sun's rays can keep food chilled: fighting waste in Africa
December, 28 2017
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The magnets and light beams that signal an end to blood tests for malaria
December, 27 2017
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Good vibrations: a sonar device that could replace canes for blind people
December, 26 2017
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Women in sub-Saharan Africa forced into sex to pay hospital bills, study says
December, 8 2017
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Congo crisis on a par with Iraq, Syria and Yemen – and getting worse by the day
November, 16 2017
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Rohingya children close to starvation amid 'health crisis on an unimaginable scale'
November, 10 2017
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Winnie Mandela the movie: 'She was volatile and uncontrollable, and that was punished'
November, 6 2017
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'Absolutely shocking': Niger Delta oil spills linked with infant deaths
November, 6 2017
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How HIV found its way to a remote corner of the Himalayas
November, 3 2017
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'My dream is coming true': the Nepalese woman who rose from slavery to politics
October, 18 2017
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True scale of UK slavery likely to involve ‘tens of thousands' of victims
October, 17 2017
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The true cost of a plate of food: $1 in New York, $320 in South Sudan
October, 16 2017
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Kate Hodal is a writer who has produced content for theguardian.com
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Human Rights, Sub Saharan Africa, Global Health, Developing Countries, Extreme Poverty, Million Children, World Health, Modern Slavery, Child Labour, Migrant Workers
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