This project intimately tells the stories of the women - especially mothers - struggling for their rights and a better future in a violent but changing Afghanistan, portraying them as active agents, not victims.
Through the stories of female garment industry workers in Bangladesh, this project looks into the fundamental role these women play in the economic and social stability of the country.
Schools for profit investigates on the business of “low-fee” schools in Africa and its impacts on the right to education.
“When aid comes from the South” explores the South-South cooperation, its way of functioning, its concrete realizations and its potential to reshape the global partnership on development.
Lungs of the Earth is a data-driven, immersive and constructive story on forests, deforestation and reforestation around the world.
After Ebola connects with citizen reporters to build a comprehensive picture of the aftermath of the virus. Their stories give a window on to how fragile communities are coping with - and beginning to recover from - a brutal epidemic.
Wells of Tears will tell the story of the mass arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh and explore solutions to this problem.
The story follows two guys who set on a quest to tell a story about GMOs that seldom reaches the general public: genetic modification can provide both harvest security and crops with nutritious value.