The Hadza people is a wandering tribe. Threatened by oher ethnies who need space for farming or cattle grazing they try to protect their ancient land with modern technology.
Loy Yamat offers school education to mentally and physically disabled children. And he goes beyond that. To help parents and community to become more sensitive to the issue, he founded the NGO "HACRET".
Askwar Hilonga created a water filter that absorbs substances like copper, fluoride, bacteria and pesticides. He hopes that his invention will help the 70% of households in Tanzania that don't have clean drinking water.
William Mariga is one of the first dog handlers who took part in the training of the African Wildlife Foundation to fight illegal ivory smuggling.
Mariama Bonso is a cashew producer in Guinea-Bissau. Processing her product at Buwondena Cooperative has allowed her to send her children to school. The cooperative has taught local producers a new approach to business.
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