Monday , May 21 2018

The Empire in Africa

Sierra Leone is a small country in the coast of West Africa. Like many African countries its land is rich in mineral resources which have been exploited by foreign corporations since colonial times. During 1980s survival became even more difficult for the people of Sierra Leone. After losing all hope …

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Living With Hunger

20 years after the famine more than 7 million Ethiopians still face a daily battle to find something to eat. Serious Samura is going to live in an Ethiopian village for the next one month in order to understand what it is like to live on the verge of starvation. …

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The Cut: Exploring FGM

Fatma Naib is an online journalist. She is married with a 4 year old daughter. She is Eritrean by origin but lives and works in Sweden. While doing a web documentary for Aljazeera, Fatma realized how deeply rooted FGM is in many cultures across the world including her own. This …

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Living With Aids

AIDS kills more than 240 people in Zambia each day. Most Zambians can’t expect to live beyond mid-thirties. Sorious Samura has come to live and work in Lewanika Hospital in Mongu so he can have a firsthand experience with the disease. In the process he films and puts together this …

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Spell of the Albino

Isaac Timothy is an albino from Tanzania. He is going to team up with Anas Aremeyaw Anas an undercover journalist and Richard Mgamba, a Tanzanian journalist, in putting together this documentary. They are going to unearth the fraud of witchcraft in Tanzania and expose the witchdoctors who are driving the …

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