We must think beyond short-term assistance to migrants and develop locally integrated approaches that foster self-reliance and resilience.
Birth and death mark the parameters of our lives. On a macro scale, these pivotal moments translate into the expansion and contraction of populations. In 1798, Thomas Malthus predicted that the human population would increase more rapidly than its ability to produce food; and thus, starvation would ensue. Today, contemporary...
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