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Rose, who’s been blind since birth longs to attend school with her friends so when a social clinic comes to a town near her home, Rose attends with her father. They make it a principle to prioritise children and Rose is accepted
Meet the world's first all-female anti-poaching unit, battling to save the rhino from extinction
What’s it like to be a comedian in a country with a reputation for repression and police brutality?
Olga Yetikoua is a midwife in the Central African Republic. The country suffers from a chronic shortage of medical practitioners. Watch her bring a twin baby boy back to life.
Patrick Otema, 15 was born profoundly deaf. In the remote area of Uganda where he lives there are no schools for deaf children, and he has never had a conversation. Raymond Okkelo, a sign language teacher, hopes to change all this and offer Patrick
Margaret, five, was born profoundly deaf and has spent her life cut off from those around her, unable to communicate. But that’s all about to change.
Manjo Lamino puts his life at risk on a daily basis in the fight to halt the Ebola outbreak devastating Sierra Leone.
When private security guard Andries Hlongwane leaves for work, he takes the fear of not returning home to his family with him
Cancer now kills more people in the developing world than AIDS, TB and Malaria combined. Added to this, many medical professionals struggle to secure adequate pain relief, leaving thousands of adults and children in unbearable conditions.
No one is sure how the taboo against twins arose, but most stories talk about an ancient battle that caused a tribe to flee their village