Each year, an estimated 300,000 children are born with sickle cell disease, the majority of them in Africa, but also in India, the Middle East and Mediterranean countries. Where the need is greatest, treatment options are most limited.
Webcam Child Sex Tourism-WCST is a growing crime. The Philippines has turned into the world's biggest source of live-stream sexual abuse. This project explores the severe psychological trauma which child victims of WCST experience.
It happens in conflicts all over the world, yet nobody is talking about it: The rape of men. This investigation wants to explore this topic in the refugee settings of the Rohingya in Bangladesh and Syrians in Jordan.
Up to 140,000 people worldwide die from snakebites every year. As the global health community begins to wrestle with this neglected tropical disease, the journalists will explore if the tiny kingdom of eSwatini might offer solutions.
The story explores the consequences of the rise of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), notably dementia, in India. The country massively lacks affordable health-care facilities for those patients.
In one of the most isolated places in Africa, the Nuba people have survived three decades of war. Using a multimedia approach the project will explore this conflict through the lens of a medical outpost.