God Will Take Us Through was shot in Sierra Leone and produced as the centrepiece film for Christian Aid Week 2019
Sol Ryan had to have his arm amputated 10 days after he was born. When his father Ben saw the prosthetics that were available for small children, he knew that it wasn’t good enough for his son.
Richard Browning grew up making model aeroplanes with his aeronautical engineer father. Now he's taking flight engineering technology to the next level.
Vilia lost her home and her mother in the Haiti earthquake of 2010.
When Ugandan teenager Daphine discovered that she was HIV positive, she thought that she would never get anyone to love her and never get married. She thought that HIV positive people never gave birth and could never be happy.
Inspired by his skydiving grandfather, Aerospace Engineer Angelo Grubisic fell in love with the high-risk sport of wingsuit BASE jumping. He’s using his engineering knowledge to apply aeronautical principles to this extreme sport.
Adam Deen joined the Islamist extremist organisation, al-Muhajiroun, whilst at university in London. He rose to become one of its senior members, under Omar Bakri Muhammed.
In a remote parts of Kenya where eye-care services are nearly non-existent and thousands of people are suffering from preventable blindness, Dr Hilary Rono is changing lives.
When the towers of New York’s World Trade Centre collapsed in flames on 9/11, neo-Nazi Canadian Daniel Gallant at first thought it was his group that was responsible. It was the start of a racial holy war.
With the recent terrorist attack at a Berlin Christmas market refugees living in Germany have never been under such political and social scrutiny.
Fleeing the war in Somalia with her mother, Fowzia is forced to grow up with the challenge of being seen as ‘different’. Kids can be cruel but Fowzia discovers strength and resilience in some peculiarly powerful places.
Billy McCurrie was 12 years old when his father was killed by the IRA. At 16, consumed with anger, Billy joined the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF). A year later he got his chance to kill.
Duckrabbit were hired to produce a series of TV adverts and photography for Oxfam’s 2012 national ‘See for Yourself’ campaign.
How do you get messages about safe sex and HIV prevention out to young people in a country where more than half the population is under the age of 24 and cultural attitudes make it difficult for the subject to be discussed openly?