An intimate reflection on the damage that rapid development has wrought in Cambodia, on both a human and environmental level
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A filmmaker connects the materials used in mobile phones to illegal mines in the DRC using child labour.
An Ethiopian Coffee Union manager as he travels the world to obtain a better price for his workers’ coffee beans.
Stories of nine girls from developing countries show them overcoming great obstacles to obtain an education, and empower themselves and others like them.
A young Kenyan’s life changes drastically when his education is sponsored. Years later, he founds his own scholarship program to replicate the kindness he once received.
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