If a doctor is as famous as a rockstar, he must have achieved quite a great deal. Togo's Michel Kodom has made a name for himself by treating those who the state doesn't reach.
At the border between Togo and Benin, coexistence between people and animals hasn't been easy. A new biosphere reserve is helping. (08.12.2015)
Turnout was low Saturday in presidential elections expected to see current President Faure Gnassingbe extend his hold on power in the west African nation. The Gnassingbe family has ruled Togo since 1967. (25.04.2015)
Ugandan peace activist Victor Ochen experienced the terror of the Lord's Resistance Army first hand. He now provides medical and psychological support for the victims through his African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET).
In Africa, investigative journalists often work in environments that seem by default, designed to shut them down. But one man in Kenya defies the odds. He constantly reveals cases of bribery, murder and smuggling in one of the most corrupt countries of the world.
In many prisons in Malawi conditions are alarming. People remain in custody for years without any legal basis. Steve Sikwese wants to change this. He works for the small Paralegal Support Institute (PASI) and makes sure that inmates get the legal support they are entitled to.
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