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From Melbourne and Cape Town, with love. In 2017, it felt like the global media picked up all of the problems, and none of the solutions. Here are 99 of the best stories from this year that you probably missed. A village doctor examines a patient in Nanning, China. This year, the World Health Organisation unveiled a new vaccine that’s cheap and effective enough to end cholera, one of humanity’s greatest ever killers. United States since 1991, saving more than 2 million lives. Zika all but disappeared in 2017.
Cases plummeted in Latin America and the Caribbean, and most people in those places are now immune. A new report showed that the world’s assault on tropical diseases is working. A massive, five year international effort has saved millions of lives, and countries are now signing up for more. Soft drink sales in the United States dropped for the 12th year in a row, thanks to consumer education and new sugar taxes aimed at stemming obesity and diabetes. Mexico became the first country in the Americas to eliminate it. Meet Sanduk Ruit and Geoff Tabin, two eye doctors responsible for helping restore sight to 4 million people in two dozen countries, including North Korea and Ethiopia.
40 procedures per 1,000 women in the early 1990s, to 35 procedures per 1,000 women today. In the United States, abortion rates have reached their lowest level since 1973. In July, UNAIDS, revealed that for the first time in history, half of all people on the planet with HIV are now getting treatment, and that AIDS deaths have dropped by half since 2005. There were only 26 cases of Guinea worm in 2017, down from 3. 5 million cases in 21 countries in Africa and Asia in 1986. 40,000 fewer people are being affected every year.
Thanks to better access to clean water and sanitation, the number of children around the world who are dying from diarrhoea has fallen by a third since 2005. Leprosy is now easily treatable. 1985, and a new plan has set 2020 as the target for the end of the disease. 2000 and 2016, the measles vaccine saved 20. 2000, saving an estimated 53 million lives. These astonishing achievements were of course, reported by every media outlet on the planet. Chile set aside 11 million acres of land for national parks in Patagonia, following the largest ever private land donation from a private entity to a country. 100 billion into treating and preventing water pollution, and launched nearly 8,000 water clean-up projects in the first half of 2017. The United States, Russia, China and the European Union reached a deal to make the Arctic off-limits to commercial fishers for the next 16 years. 5 million people in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh set a new Guinness record for reforestation by planting more than 67 million trees in a 12 hour period. A province in Pakistan announced it has planted 1 billion trees in two years, in response to the terrible floods of 2015. A month later, one of the world’s largest marine parks was created off the coast of Easter Island, and will protect 142 species, including 27 threatened with extinction. The EU imposed new, stricter limits on pollutants such as nitrogen, sulphur, mercury and particulates that will apply to all 2,900 of Europe’s large power plants. Eleven countries continued their plan to build a wall of trees from east to west across Africa in order to push back the desert.