Mathias Sorgho has always dreamed of becoming a professional cyclist. He's taking part in the Tour du Faso, Africa's biggest cycling. But the biology Student still has a long way to go to achieve his dream.
A brave group of volunteers is working with HIV positive women to make sure that the virus is not transmitted to their newborn children. And it is working!
Can you imagine cycling for two days just to buy coffee or juice? Not only that - this man and his brother are also crossing one of the most dangerous borders on the planet: Sudan - South Sudan. But why? Watch below!
In Africa, 900,000 people die each year of Malaria. There is no complete protection against the disease. But an innovation from Burkina Faso might bring a change.
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