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Stories are powerful. They teach us lessons and shape our values. Stories that combine images and sound are especially effective in influencing how we think and act. Think back to Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech on the mall. Freedom-seekers toppling the Berlin Wall. Or Nelson Mandela emerging from prison to end South Africa's era of apartheid. These stories inspired people around the world to think, to start conversations, to take action.

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Independent broadcaster Link TV and international relief and development organization Oxfam America produced this half-hour documentary examining solutions to famine and chronic hunger around the world.

It features the story of an Ethiopian farmer, Medhin Reda, and interviews with Francis Moore Lappé, humanitarian and bestselling author of Diet for a Small Planet.

The show is part of Link TV's ViewChange.org digital hub connecting the stories of success and progress in global development and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Watch over 400 more documentaries on global development success stories at  http://www.viewchange.org.
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Independent broadcaster Link TV and international relief and development organization Oxfam America produced this half-hour documentary examining solutions to famine and chronic hunger around the world.

It features the story of an Ethiopian farmer, Medhin Reda, and interviews with Francis Moore Lappé, humanitarian and bestselling author of Diet for a Small Planet.

The show is part of Link TV's ViewChange.org digital hub connecting the stories of success and progress in global development and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Watch over 400 more documentaries on global development success stories at  http://www.viewchange.org.
 
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Ajouté: 288 semaines, 2 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 6031
 

From Malawi to Ecuador, see some of the most inventive solutions for rural health care. Around the world, good health care is about reaching people: getting food to malnourished children; getting support to teens with HIV; or even sending the hospital to the patient. From Malawi to Ecuador, see some of the most inventive solutions for rural health care. Watch more at    http://www.viewchange.org
 
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Ajouté: 288 semaines, 2 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 4420
 

Around the world, small businesses are making big waves for entire communities. Whether it's carving cobblestones or farming cocoa, a new business can be the best ticket out of poverty. And in the developing world, small businesses are making big waves for entire communities. Watch more at  http://www.viewchange.org
 
27:26
Ajouté: 288 semaines, 5 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 3838
 

In countries shaken by poverty and war, rebuilding community is the first step to recovery. There are 10,000 street children in Thailand. Thousands of wounded veterans in Sierre Leone. A legacy of genocide in Rwanda. In countries shaken by poverty and war, helping communities like these is the first step to recovery. But what does it take to heal those hit by hardship? See who's putting community first. Watch more at   http://www.viewchange.org
 
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Ajouté: 288 semaines, 5 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 3453
 

From El Salvador to Egypt, see how going green is changing lives. Here in America the green movement is popular. It makes us feel good. It's a hobby. But in the developing world, conservation is so much more: it's an escape from poverty; it's inspiring a new generation of leaders; and for many cultures it is the only way of life. From El Salvador to Egypt, see how going green is changing lives. Watch more at  http://www.viewchange.org
 
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Ajouté: 288 semaines, 5 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 3978
 

Cleto Choque is a Bolivian shoeshiner who's fighting the negative stereotypes surrounding his profession. As he struggles to pay his way through school and support his younger brothers, he's being helped by the Nuevo Dia Foundation.
 
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Ajouté: 291 semaines, 4 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 3628
 

The Dharan Information and Communications Technology Center in Nepal offers free training on computer basics for children of poor and marginalized communities. Umesh, Manamaya Darji and Bhakta Shrestha are a few of the many young people whose lives have been changed by the ICT center. Here, they share their experiences.
 
05:14
Ajouté: 291 semaines, 4 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 3920
 

In southern Bangladesh, the average girl is married by age 15, drops out of school, and has her first child by 16. This puts both mother and baby at far greater risk of death in a region where maternal and newborn mortality are already high. She has no voice in these decisions. Her parents, husband, and in-laws decide. What happens when you give a girl a voice?
 
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Ajouté: 291 semaines, 4 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 3964
 

Coffee has become a powerful economic driver for Rwanda, but how have the country's farmers managed to transform their crop into a premium product that can command top prices? The answer lies in washing stations and bicycles.
 
05:04
Ajouté: 291 semaines, 5 jours
Par: ViewChange
Vu: 4155
 


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