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Eco-lodge Sustainable Tourism in Senegal
After spending time working and traveling in West Africa, Susanne Bohn realised her dream when she and her husband bought a piece of land in Senegal to develop eco-tourism in the Siné-Saloum National Park area.

Overview of HIV/Aids
HIV/Aids has had a devastating impact on Africa, but there are signs of a reduction in the proportion of people infected, but changes in behavior is still needed to make a real impact to the numbers of those with the virus.

Urbanization in Africa
Although most of the African people currently live rurally, this will change in the next ten years as Africa is on the move and changing, rapidly.

Mundari and their Cattle
Traditionally the Mundari use their cattle in every aspect of their lives. The rains keep their cattle healthy and ensure their culture remains isolated from modern life.

How Thunder & Lightning Came to Live in the Sky
The Ovambo people from Northern Namibia and Southern Angola have for centuries told stories to explain how and why nature behaves the way it does. This is the story of Thunder and Lightning.

Transforming Arms into Tools
The Mozambique civil war tore the country apart. The weapons used to take lives and injure, have been used in a very emotive project in a bid to help the people forgive, but not forget.

Cheetah Conservation in Botswana
The cheetah is a threatened species across Africa, but Botswana is tackling this issue with passion and vigor, using the locals themselves to get the message of saving the cheetah out to their own people.

Mo Abdi Farah – Somali Singer in Norway
Mohamed "Mo" Abdi Farah was born in a war torn Somalia. His mother fled with her seven year old son to set up a safe life in Norway. Here Mo became a shining star of the stage and may even represent Norway at the Eurovision song contest in 2014.

Mobile Technology in Africa
Africa is undergoing a mobile technology revolution. Phones and mobile phone contract sales are booming and this growth is generating income and giving people across the plant access to valuable services.

Ibn Battuta - The Great Explorer
The world has celebrated many great explorers – David Livingstone, Marco Polo, Mungo Park, Richard F. Burton, but little is known of one of the greatest. Ibn Battuta of Morocco travelled over 75,000 miles in almost thirty years. He went to North Africa, the Middle East, Central and South Asia.

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