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A product to protect women against HIV and pregnancy is a no-brainer. Why isn’t there one?

BY maggie fox

Kenya, others risk erasing slow progress in reducing ‘period poverty’

BY allan olingo

BBC Tea exposé: Lobby groups want alleged abuser out of tea board elections

BY allan olingo

East Africa’s Finance Bills deal heavy blow to women’s wallets

BY allan olingo

She ended her pregnancy a year before Florida would have banned it — now she’s running for Congress

BY Jessica washington

From climate change navigation to the legacy of Black cowgirls, Black storytelling honors Juneteenth


reporting areas

Economy & Labor

The Brutality of Sugar: Debt, Child Marriage and Hysterectomies

Environment & Climate Change

Natural disasters raise risk of domestic violence


Why Heart Disease Research Still Favors Men

Data Dives


Following The Fuller Project’s reporting, U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) officials added uterine cancer to the list of conditions covered by the government program that monitors and treats those who lived and worked in Ground Zero.

Following our reporting on discriminatory practices in VC funding California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law requiring venture capitalists to disclose the gender and race of the founders they fund.

After investigating the exploitation of women sorters working for the U.S. essential oils company doTERRA, their abusive supplier left the country and the women formed their own cooperative.

Fuller Awards

Climate change puts more women at risk for domestic violence

  • 2024 Covering Climate Now Award

India’s solar power push delivers an unexpected bonus – empowering rural women

  • 2024 Developing Asia Journalism Award

“There’s no support” — Undocumented and unemployed in pandemic-era California

  • 2024 LA Press Club SoCal Journalism Award

‘Women bear the biggest brunt of climate change,’ says climate scientist Susan Chomba

  • 2024 One World Media Print Award – Longlisted

Our Reporters



It will take 286 years to reach full gender equality at the current rate of progress.

(Source: UN)

Less than


Less than 1% of news stories in India, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, the UK and the US cover gender equality issues.

(Source: Missing Perspectives Report)