This project explores how the mobility of African women scientists feeds back into Africa’s development.
This project explores how the opportunities arising from female-driven efforts in civil society, policy, and science are bringing about progress to reduce maternal mortality in three countries.
This interactive web documentary follows the struggle for life of three passionate female health workers in Sub-Saharan Africa, where maternal mortality registers the highest rates in the world.
Watergrabbing explores the lack of water sovereignty and the limitation of access to water. It shows the consequences of these issues and the positive and negative practices.
This project will collect data on the corporations that control the global seed market and the impact that they have on farmers and seed producers.
This project analyses why fertiliser is hardly used on farms in Africa when it has helped transform agriculture in nations like India, reducing hunger and improving prosperity.
A movement of farmers and scientists is promoting a worldwide sustainable and participatory approach to agriculture and food sovereignty. This project documents the impacts of this innovation in northern and southern rural communities.