Written by Jordan Roberts (March of the Penguins) and narrated by Academy Award®-winner Morgan Freeman, Where the Water Meets the Sky tells the inspiring story of a group of women in a remote region of Northern Zambia who achieve the unimaginable: they learn how to make a film as a way to speak out about their lives, raising an issue that no one will discuss - the plight of young women orphaned by AIDS.
There is a long recorded history of transgender people in India, yet they have been harshly discriminated against since the days of British rule. Today, there are a significant number of people born with male bodies but who identify as female. Aunt Noori, undaunted by stigma, has emerged as a leading figure in India's fight against HIV/AIDS.
The Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program have set up an innovative school system with a focus on agriculture for AIDS orphans in Mozambique. There are thought to be more than 470,000 orphans in this country, and in these schools they are given the chance to learn farming skills so they will be able to grow their own food in the future.