18 films Found
The Ebola outbreak has killed thousands in West Africa and reached an international scale. We head back to Guinea where the deadly virus was first contracted nine months ago. Intimate access gives a doctors' eye view of the epidemic ravaging West Africa.
Legal ivory markets across the world have been urged to shut down in response to the elephant poaching crisis. This 2013 report goes undercover and exposes the devastation wrought by Africa's rampant ivory trade.
As the committee to protect journalists releases its annual report, East Africa and Horn of Africa still records the highest number of journalists killed, arrested or jailed. This story seeks to unearth the CPJ's efforts in protecting journalists.
The arguments against female circumcision are well known and few educated people would disagree. But now male circumcision is becoming a key issue. In Uganda there's a strong argument that it helps in the battle against the spread of HIV.
Daphne Sheldrick and the sanctuary keepers have been acting as an adoptive family to orphaned baby elephants for over 30 years, loving them and preparing the elephants for life back in the wild.
With rare access to Uganda's Army, we join the hunt for one of the worlds most wanted. He forced 10 000 children to become soldiers or sex slaves, and killed thousands more- will Joseph Kony ever be caught?
First there was Hollywood, then Bollywood, now the Nigerians are making their name in the film industry. Producing 2000 films a year, Nigeria's burgeoning film industry is making waves across the world.
Has global warming claimed its biggest victim yet? The Nile is home to a third of the population of Africa. Yet those who depend upon the river are noticing a change: is the Nile drying up?