This project aims to show real examples of visual impaired women around the world turning a disability into an extraordinary skill through music, education, empowerment and medical care
“Waste Not” explores projects developed to recover nutrients from urban market, kitchen, and human waste for use in agriculture in regions where soils are degrading, and fertilizer and animal feed are hard to get.
Through strong visuals and immersive experiences this project presents stories of resilience, where farmers adapt to changes and secure food, using floating vegetable gardens.
Through in‐depth, locally collaborative research, this projects tells the human stories behind a burgeoning online movement of Pakistani women rallying against patriarchy.
Shared horizons shows the similar ability of the Mongolian cattle herders communities and the fishermen local groups in Madagascar to adapt to environmental and socio-economic changes.
This project investigates new methods that are being developed to fight mosquitoes and explores the ecological consequences and health risks associated with them.
This multimedia project presents stories on the fight against poverty and social exclusion among elderly people in Tanzania and Ethiopia.
Green Energy for the Giant of Africa is a multimedia project on Nigeria's energy crisis and the role of renewable technologies to improve people's lives.
Women are banding together to fight inequality, sexual harassment and violence using vigilantism, digital technology and even founding women’s only villages. These stories find out how these groups work and how effective they are.
An investigation on the palm oil operations of the Belgian multinational Socfin in West Africa where, a few years ago, farmbers have started to rise up and claim their rights to participate in the land deal negotiations