ViewChange: Lost Boy Found Category: Documentaries When war broke out in southern Sudan, Valentino Deng and thousands of other children fled the fighting that killed many of their families. A lucky few, Valentino included, made it to the United States to carve out a new future for themselves.
explore: Raindrops Over Rwanda Category: Documentaries How does a nation torn apart by the nightmare of genocide reconcile its past and live together in the present? Take a journey to Rwanda with Charlie and the explore.org Team to uncover the forces that led to the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
ViewChange: The Mozambique Poo Tour Category: Documentaries In a bid to raise awareness about the water and sanitation crisis facing the developing world, a group of musicians set off to Mozambique to discover how communities are tackling the issues of human waste.
ViewChange: Starting Over Category: Documentaries Few conflicts can dismantle a country and a people as brutally as civil war. And when the dust finally settles, who remains to pick up the pieces? See new stories in search of a fresh start.
Spotlight: Blood in the Mobile Category: Documentaries During the last 15 years the civil war in the DR Congo has killed over 5 million people and 300,000 women have been raped. Blood in the Mobile reveals the connection between our cell phones and the conflict in the Congo.
ViewChange: To Educate a Girl Category: Documentaries In 2010 filmmakers Frederick Rendina and Oren Rudavsky traveled to Nepal and Uganda, two countries emerging from conflict and struggling with poverty, to find the answer to one question: What does it take to educate a girl?
ViewChange: Balancing Act Category: Documentaries No matter how much you might want to fight it, you can't ignore tradition. But must tradition and progress always act as enemies? Find out, in this program from the ViewChange series.
ViewChange: Outside the Box Category: Documentaries Problem-solving in the developing world can require real flexibility...and often a little creativity. From bomb-sniffing rats to a multicultural skate park, watch two stories about fresh ideas for old problems.
ViewChange: Peanuts Category: Documentaries Jock Brandis is a man with a mission: to design and build a simple, hand-operated peanut sheller that will enable villagers around the world to more easily grow peanuts for food, which in turn will also help them cultivate cotton as a cash crop.
ViewChange: One Good Idea Category: Documentaries Solving the world's problems - poverty, hunger, disease - is far from a simple task. But sometimes one good idea is all it takes to change lives. Watch two inspiring films that prove just this.