Juba, South Sudan
Armed with poetry and rap, South Sudan's young artists battle for peace
A group of artists and musicians in South Sudan is on a mission - to mobilise young people across the country through music, graffiti and poetry to help bring peace to the war-torn nation.
Our short film from Juba: 'Art for Peace'
Auto repair shop jump-starts Ugandan child soldiers into new lives
As a young boy chasing chickens on his parents' farm in northern Uganda, Louis Lakor dreamed of becoming a teacher. But when he finally set foot in a local primary school, aged seven, it was as an armed killer.
Abducted in a night raid, Lakor was forced to become a child soldier with the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebel group, which terrorised northern Uganda for nearly two decades before being driven out of the country by a military offensive in 2005.
Our film on Louis's story: http://news.trust.org/item/20180509091724-rtlg1/
Cameroon gaming stars train new generation of business superheroes
Off a dusty path in the capital city, flanked by chickens roosting in the grass, one of Cameroon's most successful digital startups is capitalising on its success to foster a new generation of entrepreneurs.
"Our generation has the duty to bring something really new that will finally generate growth," said Olivier Madiba, founder and chief executive officer of Kiro'o.
Bangui and Bambari, Central African Republic
UN Sex Abuse Scandal
I worked as a field producer with a fantastic team of journalists on an hour long film examining the sexual abuse scandal involving UN peacekeepers. It aired in separate versions on PBS Frontline and UK's Channel 4.
You can watch the PBS film here: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/un-sex-abuse-scandal/