There are more than 10,000 children living on the streets in Thailand. Through the on-going efforts of volunteers from the Railway Police Force, the homeless youth of Bangkok are being sheltered, educated and cared for in renovated railway train cars. As teachers, mentors, and often surrogate families to the children, the police officers are hoping to transform these "hopeless" street kids into determined youths with opportunities.
In Uganda, where sex education is clouded by myths and misunderstandings, one young radio journalist is giving it to the people straight. Follow Doreen on her mission to spread the word about safe sex, and find out how she confronts the same issues in her own life.
In Indonesia, fresh approaches to illegal drug use and the sex industry are helping to reduce the spread of HIV. Now addicts can get access to methadone programs and clean needles, and sex workers are being tought about prevention methods by former colleagues.
Children in northeastern Uganda are expected to help tend their family's cattle, which makes it difficult for them to also receive a formal education. But a new UNICEF-supported mobile education project is helping to bring the classroom closer to the herd.