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A Divine Mission

Thirteen years ago, Deacon Patrick Moynihan gave up his life as a commodities trader to become a Catholic missionary in Haiti. He is now the director of the Louverture Cleary School, where 350 students with no financial means receive a high school education for free.

A Time to Act

Alzire Rocourt knows that time is of the essence. She teaches classes to primary-school age children in tent city camps. But she cautions that Haiti will cease to be a nation if drastic measures aren't taken to reform education.

Tiyani Resilience

In South Africa, the legacy of the 2010 World Cup will be written by young people - playing soccer while learning life skills and fighting disease.

Trailer: Haiti's Lost Generation

"Haiti's Lost Generation" explores education in Haiti - a critical issue that has been overshadowed by the grave humanitarian crises which followed the January, 2010 earthquake.

Southern Bangladesh: Climate of Fear

Satkhira district nervously awaits the next "mega-cyclone."

We came to the town of Koyra in this southern corner of Bangladesh to follow up on a news story about how river erosion had suddenly collapsed several houses, sweeping away a five-year-old girl in the process. These kinds of stories appear with alarming regularity, meriting only small mention in The Daily Star, Bangladesh's leading English newspaper.

Images: Hope Floats—and Soars—in Bangladesh

As we continue production of "Easy Like Water," our film crew re-visited the solar floating schools, libraries, and adult education centers run by the Bangladeshi NGO Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha a year after our August 2009 visit.

This trip we spent seven days with students who use the Shidhulai services, meeting their families and documenting their daily lives, including 10-year-old Rupa Khatun, whom I will get to later.

Hope Floats—and Soars—in Bangladesh

A year after their first visit, the Easy Like Water film crew re-visits the solar floating schools, libraries, and adult education centers run by the Bangladeshi NGO Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha.

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