Challenged by the aftermath of natural disasters, decades of political crisis and an increasingly unpredictable climate, some farmers in Haiti now employ ecological farming methods to feed their families.
World in Progress: Stories that matter from around the world
World in Progress is a 30-minute radio show that connects the dots in a globalized era.
World in Progress: Garbage solutions and restored treasures
Maggots in Indonesia help solve the garbage crisis - and create opportunities - How families of people killed in Mexico's drug war try to find closure - Resurrecting the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra
World in Progress: Religious minorities under pressure
This week on World in Progress: In India, Muslims are afraid of more discrimination and attacks after the right-wing Hindu party BJP won the general elections. In New York, Jewish citizens tell a tale of showing their religion openly in times of Trump.
World in Progress: Urban futures
On this week's show, we head to Singapore where 100 scientists have gathered for the Future Cities Laboratory, our very own megacities reporter fills us in about how our urban spaces might change in the future and we discover China's brand new electric car industry and ask: is it really the new hub of automobile development?