Bangladesh and Indonesia

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In Bangladesh, 71% of women give birth at home. This is a risky business, not least for those babies born prematurely. In Dhaka, Rani Singh meets a doctor trying to turn things around, saving babies' lives despite limited resources and challenging conditions.

Indonesians are in uproar after it was alleged that children at a top international school have been abused by the school cleaners. From Jakarta, Alice Budisatrijo examines the social media outrage, and wonders whether it might prompt change.

(Photo: Jakarta International School head Timothy Carr speaks to journalists about child abuse in Jakarta on April 24, 2014. Credit: Bay Ismoyo/AFP/Getty Images)

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