Kenya's motorbike ambulances are saving the lives and limbs of people bitten by snakes
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Seida Guadu performs an emergency Caesarean to try to save the lives of a baby and his mother.
Scientists hope a new test will help millions of people in Bangladesh avoid arsenic in their water.
Doctors in Italy say that sleep deprivation therapy can help some patients with bipolar disorder.
In Bangladesh specialist scooter taxis are helping women to get around the capital safely.
A community group in California is helping poor people get justice.
Girls in Ethiopia are being given solar lamps to help stop child marriage and keep them in school.
Ideas from a mental health 'revolution' in Trieste in the 1970s are helping patients recover today.
Sara has struggled with her mental health since she was a child. She lives in Trieste, where ideas from a mental health 'revolution' in the 1970s are helping her recover today. A film by Ammar Ebrahim and Sam Judah for People Fixing the World
Some US neighbourhoods hope to deter crime by installing cameras which record car licence plates.