11/25/2008 | Panos London
This five minute interview explores how HIV continues to affect families in South Africa. Abigail Ntleko, a nursing sister has spent much of her adult life caring for families with HIV and she has adopted scores of children.
08/19/2008 | Collins Vumiria
Decent food is vital to aid recovery from TB. In Uganda, the end of a vital nutritional programme means tough times lie ahead for those fighting the illness.
08/19/2008 | Arnold Tutu
Zambia is trying to prevent TB from spreading by focusing on the home. Health professionals visit patients at home, offering support and counselling to other family members.
08/18/2008 | Frank Kapesa
Prisons can be a breeding ground for TB. How are warders in Malawi fighting the spread of the disease?
04/11/2008 | Siraj Shahjahan
In Bangladesh Shamsur Rahman Shaq and Mosamot Amena Begaumin are flooded for a third of the year round. But they have found a way to survive on their waterlogged land.
04/11/2008 | Frank Kapesa
A UN backed report suggests that weather insurance could help raise farmers out of poverty. We report from a project in central Malawi; the first to adopt it in Africa.
04/11/2008 | Winnie Onyimbo
Droughts are devastating the lives of many Kenyan farmers. Some are learning to adapt using drought-resistant seeds, while others may be forced to give up working on the land.
03/05/2008 | Siraj Shahjahan
Forced by famine, floods and debt, an estimated nine out of ten rickshaw drivers have migrated to Dhaka, swelling the ranks of the city's urban poor.
03/05/2008 | Abdul Saboor Noorzad
In Kabul one of Afghanistan's best loved actresses and radio personalities Anisa Wahab talks about her 11 years as a refugee in Pakistan.
03/05/2008 | Gokul Nair
What happens to the old computers, televisions and mobile phones when people go in for newer models? They probably end up in India's junkyards, waiting to be recycled.