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Common Ground: Land rights and wrongs

Six programmes explore the effects of land rights on people in India, Kenya, Zambia, Senegal, Zimbabwe and Malawi. Based on research about development, they reveal the many barriers to owning land and homes, and their wide-ranging - sometimes devastating - consequences.

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Supporting image - Kenya: Disease in a bottle Kenya: Disease in a bottle

Kibera is the world's biggest slum where poor people pay a premium for filthy drinking water. Winnie Onyimbo talks to the illegal water sellers and asks residents why they risk their health buying contaminated water.
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Supporting image - Zambia: Health for all? Zambia: Health for all?

A year ago, in a bid to improve rural health, Zambia announced it would abolish fees for using health clinics. Arnold Tutu visited Chongwe – a rural district 45 kilometres from Zambia’s capital Lusaka - to check on progress.
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Supporting image - Kenya: Pastoralists talk change Kenya: Pastoralists talk change

For decades, Maasai land used to raise livestock has been taken over by private farms, government projects or wildlife parks. Faced with drought and hunger, some Maasai people have been forced to adapt.
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Supporting image - Malawi: Toxic hunger Malawi: Toxic hunger

Food shortages can endanger those receiving HIV treatment. In Malawi the charity Care International supports vulnerable households by running communal vegetable gardens.
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Supporting image - Zambia: Buying your way out of hunger Zambia: Buying your way out of hunger

Many experts believe donations of food aid to poorer countries makes it harder to recover from a food crisis. A scheme in western Zambia instead gives assistance in the form of cash handouts.


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