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Eighty thousand Malawian children are enslaved by a worldwide addiction. Despite serious health risks and missing out on an education, the exploitation continues without effective government or industry action.
Africa is in the grip of a medical crisis because its doctors are being lured away by lucrative jobs in Europe. Malawi now only has one doctor for every 50,000 people.
After the worst harvest in ten years, millions in Malawi face starvation. Is this just bad luck, or is there a deeper reason why Africa faces another crisis?
What happens when everything that could go wrong does?
Seen as the 'gold' crop by Malawians, tobacco accounts for 70% of all exports. But little of the profit goes to the farmers.
In the early years of the new millenium, drought-stricken Malawi faces a massive humanitarian crisis.
A corpse is lying on a mat in a hut full of crying women. They are mourning the latest victim of hunger in their village. The thirty-year-old deceased had AIDS and leaves behind two small children. The sick and the very young are the first to suffer from malnutrition. An enduring drought has hit Malawi and in some villages not even mangoes are left to feed the hungry inhabitants. The UN World F...