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let. her 1st day at school in the jungle. her 1st cannulas of a $1000000.00 grandma with arrives. joining a regular jane on her journey back to freedom. in our interactive documentary during an orang utan returns home on t w dot com tanks. birth. home of species. a home worth saving and. yes those are big changes and most start with small steps but global ideas tell stories of could induce people into innovative projects around the world. to use the country's goodness to boost drainage solutions and resource to show it. to interactive content to choose the next generation of the
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environmental touch actually. using all channels available to inspire people to take action and were determined to build something new for the next generation the idea is feeling barmen series of global 3000 on t.w. and online. welcome to world stories. a glimmer of hope south africa's fight against hiv germany the past is a foreign country but 1st to pakistan according to the un sustainable development goals all children should be in education by 2030 but a recent review paints a bleak picture especially for low income countries i. you know it's easy to clock
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in the morning and sergeant muhammad should be getting ready for school but the 12 year old stopped going a few years ago in order to work and support his family. although i come here early in the morning and stay till late which is very tiring when i get home i have a bath and go to the mosque. we don't have money which is why i can no longer study . subjects situation is the norm for millions of children across pakistan a new report from unesco estimates some $5.00 men are out of school at the primary level and glows news of the most going to van posing unmarried as children and afterwards of going to school. this school was established by volunteers in karachi offering feel lessons to the nearby haitian community the classes offered and escape groups you post and hope for
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a better future. we play games and really enjoy ourselves they teach as well so we like coming here. for a better life i want to study to become a pilot when i grow up. they teach us in english and urging i want to learn here and then become a teacher myself prime minister in manhattan has vowed to prioritize and invest in education where the government continues to spend less than is recommended by international standards. sajid says he would love to become up a list man but the only real hope he and millions like him have is if pakistan not only seamlessly reforms it education system but also lives families like sargents out of poverty to send their children to school the government has its work cut out to according to the latest un forecast one in 4 children will not complete their
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education by going to 30. south africa has one of the highest rates of hiv aids in the world more than 7000000 people there have contracted the virus but thanks to persistent campaigning and free condoms there are ground. as for health. engineering student no problem is on her way to the campus health center students can get tested for hiv for free in the waiting room there's a video advertisement for prep a preventative medicine that protects against the virus she began taking prep few months ago which involves taking one tablet per day and going for a checkup every 2 months. it's heavy and it is spreading like very fast these days these years to an hour you would so i thought it would be
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a good thing to protect myself and actually i'm proud do you wish like everyone can do it because i think this is the easiest way to prevent it has been a frustrating. trying to persuade more students to use prep to protect themselves against hiv she says that while she wouldn't talk to her parents about hiv the subject is no longer to be amongst her peers to funniest in a way you would most of our youth we don't like using condoms or section yes we don't like using condoms so just in case we're not feeling like using condoms we can use it because we know we don't have a problem because we know that we have to protect it just to piss this way using the college of unclear chairs one of the 1st to offer age i.v. health center on campus it's part of a project in the sheet by doctors without borders that has been usually successful in the last few years it's with the help of the project that the area has been able to reach the so-called 1990 goal a year ahead of schedule the goal was conceived at the un as
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a treatment target to help end the aids epidemic world white the aim is this by 202090 percent of all those living with hiv know their status 90 percent diagnosed with hiv infection will receive antiretroviral therapy and 90 percent of people receiving therapy will have viral suppression since 2 of the 11 when we started it . we many to pan the care as it is called this access of the project. by the way in which we approached it from the word go. community and which allowed the community leadership to be part and parcel of the project. one of them is beginning my you said it traditional leader who is open about being h. i.v. positive. when i 1st told people i was hiv positive they were shocked they took one look at me and said you
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can have aids and not look sick or lose weight no one had suspected anything until i told them it was only then did some people believe me and even have themselves tested as well. as convinced that her country is on the right path she wants to do her bit and continue to bring attention to the age iris amongst her friends. syrians and lebanese refugee camps are increasingly being forced to dismantle shelters made out of stone or concrete building regulations say the authorities but observers and n.g.o.s say it's an obvious attempt to get the refugees to leave. it's back breaking work in scorching heat. and his neighbors demolished the rubes under which they've lived for 6 years the refugees from syria have to tear down
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their huts using only their hands and a few simple tools. the trash and i'm very angry i've lived here since 2013 and within a span of 2 weeks they've decided that everything has to be demolished it's very hard for us i have diabetes and i asked masses and all 113 huts in this refugee camp near us all are set to be destroyed a decision made by the lebanese government to stone buildings are deemed illegal and must now be removed as quickly as possible. were fledged bombings in the syrian city of homs with his wife and 3 children here the 60 year old grandfather and his family found refuge. a room a kitchen a toilet and a roof over their heads the family was grateful but is now all the more shocked following the demolition order. me my whole being in the lab we are just
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crushed by the news that they want us out we were safe here but what should we do now is just as hard as when we had to leave syria then the minute that i can ever get my own. cell has been hit hard by the influx of refugees the quiet border town took in 120000 syrians 3 times its own population the rundown electricity and water supply is close to collapse the local schools only have space for 3000 pupils but there are 12000 children many locals worry about their jobs. still allah who chese says he understands these concerns and is willing to implement the expensive eviction order but he calls it manipulative and aimed at forcing the refugees back to their homes. yet if this increases the pressure on the city council the refugees the ide organizations but it doesn't fix any of the problems at all. so far none of the refugees have left they fear
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persecution in syria but life in this camp will only get harder for them now. khaled and his family have been told to move into a tent made of top hole and plastic electricity and running water have not been connected yet it off as little shelter from the summer heat and the bitterly cold winter. but knox was able to flee nazi germany when he was 13 just months before the outbreak of the 2nd world war he and 10000 mostly jewish children were granted refuge in the u.k. on a recent visit to berlin the 94 year old treaty. a painful journey what should i hate the people who who did it another live anymore they're all older than i am and. so much longer. i go to school. and smoke was coming out of the school.
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and there was a commotion the teacher was outside the school and he said you go home today is a school 13 year old boy who doesn't have to go to school has a day off i didn't mind. i got home as quickly as took me 25 minutes i suppose of a bicycle to get home and they hadn't told me this the night before a friend had phoned this is don't stay at home tonight there's going to be trouble tonight they knew what was going to happen it was all planned it wasn't spontaneous it was pretty all arranged and fortunately my father had not been in a time so he wasn't i didn't pick him up or call him so that was the beginning of the realisation that it's impossible it's clear by the screen then made a decision he was to move the school to england that was they had they had most of the director of the school so he started this and i'm still
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a bit i think about it that in 2 months he organized the 1st group to go to england and he managed it in age weeks is quite incredible and it was the beginning of our trip to england and i was expecting soon or later to go to america with my parents. and then. time went on and in the last communication had from them was in 1942 my father wrote on the 19th to tell me that they were leaving colon. and on the all we knew was ever going to the east no detail. we know no vets they went extermination camp. but this i didn't
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find out for years ago. and you live with it nothing you can do about it. but at the same time go see what's up when you think what's happening here what's happening in the whole of europe and all these various countries where the right wing is coming up again i remember. when my parents in those with. just this mad cow class for 5 minutes. but it lasted and we created. what we know what's what's happened with the end result was that it did happen and i'm afraid it's could happen i don't know i hope not thanks to a thing as.
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