1. Africa: Life in a remote Catholic Diocese in Malawi

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    In this interview with Bishop Martin Mtumbuka of the Malawian diocese of Karonga, we get behind the headlines to find out about life in a newly-formed and, in parts, remote Catholic diocese in the north of the country. In this extended interview we discuss socio-economic issues in Malawi, women's rights, the Catholic community, relations with other religions and logistical issues ministering to the faithful. We also learn about a very detached part of the diocese where the community has no access to roads, schools, hospitals or state structures of any sort. The staple diet of the people is believed to be beer! This video is a fly-on-the-wall recording of a 'Catholic News' podcast. www.catholicnews.org.uk

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    • Africa - Preventable Blindness

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      Trachoma is the leading cause of blindness in Africa. Millions of people are losing their sight because of a lack of education, because of a shortage of clean water and because of poor hygiene. Operation Eyesight Universal is working on the front line of fight to stop trachoma.

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      • Aftermath - Convoy of love

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        In the aftermath of the Queensland floods, Northern NSW resident Anne Thompson rallied the locals of Eltham and Clunes and headed for Grantham with a 17 car convoy of aid.

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        • After the typhoon - ActionAid in the Philippines

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          After one of the Philippine's most destructive typhoons, ActionAid champions women who lead with determination - and laughter... This video was shot three months after Typhoon Yolanda (or Haiyan) on northern Cebu island in the Philippines. Fortunately for those I met, it wasn't the worst hit area. Nonetheless, from women's accounts of the experience it was clear the trauma was still very real. And the cost of rebuilding - often involving amassing debt - remains a huge cause of stress for families who were merely scratching by even before the disaster. Since the typhoon struck, ActionAid has been working to support women leaders across the storm-hit region to rebuild their communities.

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          • A Garbage Diet

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            Journey into Stung Meanchey Municipal Waste Dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and see the efforts of one group of individuals to bring basic food and medical care to forgotten people living in an unimaginable environment.

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            • Agatha's Trail of Destruction

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              OBI teams work tirelessly to reach thousands of victims with emergency aid after Tropical Storm Agatha swept across Central America, causing widespread flooding, mudslides, and more.

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              • Age helps

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                A short introduction to the vision of HelpAge International. We believe age is not a burden but that 'age helps'. Older people are a valuable resource and we work with partners all over the world to ensure people everywhere understand how much older people contribute to society and that they must enjoy their right to healthcare, social services and economic and physical security.

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                • Agenda for Change

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                  Making it simple, not simplistic The European Union is the most generous donor of development aid worldwide. But quantity does not equate to quality. In Spring 2012, the European Commission has endorsed its Agenda for Change, setting out a more strategic approach to reducing poverty, including a more targeted allocation of funding. ABOUT THE VIDEO Yes, complex policies can be explained in a simple manner, and at the same time be aesthetically attractive! This animation was produced in collaboration with our partner Kiwano Motion, whose talented animators made an impressive illustration work in record time (two weeks). Tipik on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Tipik.Communication.Agency Tipik on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/tipik Tipik on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/tipik-communication-agency

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                  • Aggrey Tisa Sabuni, 28th September 2012

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                    Interview with Aggrey Tisa Sabuni, Economics Advisor to President Salva Kiir of South Sudan

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                    • A Glimpse into Haiti

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                      In honor of our piece "Changing Haiti One Child At A Time" winning a Telly Award, we decided to release a little teaser with some more of the footage that we have yet to use! An EBourcier Creative Production: http://ebourcier.com Changing Haiti One Child At A Time: https://vimeo.com/63027755

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