True life stories
BBC World Service
Extraordinary stories from people whose lives have been changed by Ebola.
Kenyan Rocket Builder, Greek who Saved Drowning Migrants, Murdered Activist
The Rwandan park ranger helping poachers turn into gamekeepers
Antonis Deligiorgis, the Greek sergeant who saved 20 migrants after their boat capsized
Mahenaz Mahmud talks about the night her activist daughter was killed in Karachi
Adeline Bien-Aimé, the Haitian woman spurred by her own experience to fight child slavery
Ugandan Video Jockey, Auschwitz survivor forgives Nazis, World's first penis transplant
The South African surgeon behind the world's first penis transplant
Eva Kor, the Auschwitz survivor who's forgiven the Nazis
Father Charlie Burrows, the Irish priest giving spiritual advice on Indonesia's death row
Mita Rana, who's counselling survivors of the Nepal earthquake that killed her sister.
Hiding From al-Shabab, Owning Five Million Vinyl,Uganda's First Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
Sandya Eknaligoda's husband Prageeth was a political journalist in Sri Lanka
Victor Ochen's work to reconcile Uganda after civil war has won him a Nobel nomination
Kenyan student, Cynthia Cheroitich, hid from gunmen for two days in Garissa University.
Berta Caceres is defending the Gualcarque river from developers
Wrestler Hakeem Wakur, Nepal survivor, the prize-winning Egyptian mother living as a man
Nepali journalist Bhrikuti Rai gives her account of the earthquake in Nepal