The last doctor in war-torn Yemen4m32s

The last doctor in war-torn Yemen

30-year-old Asmahan Mohammed is the last doctor in the besieged city of Taiz, Yemen. She had two choices: either save her life and run away like many have done, or stay and save the lives of others. She decided to stay!

Diary of a Palestinian girl: Nightmares3m25s

Diary of a Palestinian girl: Nightmares

Janna takes us through the struggle that is life in Nabi Saleh, a village in occupied Palestine. It is, in her words, a living nightmare filled with fear, pain and loss, where protests, riots and shootings are the daily norm. This is our fifth and final episode of the young journalist's diary.

Loving Imperfections4m16s

Loving Imperfections

Did you know that most fruit and vegetables don't make it to grocery stores because they look weird? This Spanish social project on the other hand, embraces the ugly side of produce.

This is the new grassroots movement in Cuba3m08s

This is the new grassroots movement in Cuba

Raymel goes out every weekend with his megaphone to bring music to the poor neighborhoods of Havana. He wants to show children that there are other types of music than reggaeton, which is heavy on the sexual imagery. He wants people to hear clean, traditional Cuban music.

Play for change3m45s

Play for change

PeaceCraft is a Belgium-based theater company that is made up of refugees from all corners of the World. We follow Roxette as she tells us her story and how theater has helped her not only overcome difficult moments in her personal life, but also create a more positive view of the status of refugee.

Blood Champions3m43s

Blood Champions

Half of the world’s population has to think about not bleeding on themselves every single month. Where does that leave those who cannot afford menstrual care?

The karate kids of Gaza3m33s

The karate kids of Gaza

Hasan Al-Rai saw that disabled children were not getting the same opportunities as able-bodied children. So he decided to do something about it by running free karate classes for blind kids. But the main thing the kids get from the class is not martial arts training, but self-love and self-belief.

Keeping water monsters alive3m04s

Keeping water monsters alive

Mexico's 'water monster,' the axolotl, is disappearing from its natural habitat. This little creature could be the key to human regeneration, as it can re-grow its limbs and organs. Yanin and her brother built a laboratory to keep the species alive.

It's a woman's revolution. Period.5m21s

It's a woman's revolution. Period.

After working for an NGO in Nepal, Claire was driven to set up her life there to educate women on their periods. It's tradition to isolate women while it's their time of the month, and many have poor sanitary products, or none at all. Claire changes all this.

Meet the man who stops time4m12s

Meet the man who stops time

Sego is a passionate watch maker from Hong Kong. He creates the timepieces from scratch, and takes him a painstaking six months to complete. But he's in a dying trade, so what can he do to rectify this?

Meet The Man Who's Doing Everything Right3m05s

Meet The Man Who's Doing Everything Right

In Indonesia, we uncovered an inspiring tale about a doctor who combines his commitment to saving the environment by providing free health care. “You are wrong if you think this is just a bottle. This bottle can save your life,” says Dr. Yusuf Nugraha, also known as Dr. Plastic from Cianjur, Indonesia. “I really understand the suffering in Indonesia. We live in poverty.” Seeing the poor economic condition of residents of the town, the young doctor Yusuf Nugraha was inspired to establish independent clinics supporting several programs which are opening their doors to treat the not so well-off population when sick. Dr. Nugraha wanted to be a doctor form a very young age. He had to wok to afford his education, so he sold rice. This is why he can now combine one program to yield two benefits. He is helping poor patients by giving free health care and at the same time he helps society by teaching people the importance of collecting plastic waste. He developed his free program in order to protect his community’s dignity because people tend to get offended when they are offered things for free. “Why plastic bottles? Because I want people to understand and be aware of the dangers of plastic. Most Indonesians are not informed. It takes ages to decompose,” Dr. Nugraha adds. They store the collected plastic in a warehouse in the hope to recycle it and reduce its negative effect on nature. They managed to collect 180,000 plastic bottles in the last three years. “I hope that in the future Indonesia will be able to provide better health care and I hope to see a change in people’s behavior. For all these reasons, I am determined to be an agent of that change and create a better living environment.”

Diary of a Palestinian girl: Ahed's day3m08s

Diary of a Palestinian girl: Ahed's day

Life in Nabi Saleh goes on, but now there's an important event concerning Janna: the trial of Ahed Tamimi. Ahed was arrested by Israeli authorities for slapping a soldier in December 2017 and we have Janna's reaction.