This is James Ole Lesaloi, the man behind an ambitious project in Kenya to help the local Maasai community finally begin to benefit from the many tourists that come to Africa’s most famous safari destination, the Maasai Mara game reserve.
I’ve just returned from a tough assignment in South Sudan, to cover one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises, currently unfolding in the Batil refugee camp. Myself and my colleague, James Copnall were sent to report on the situation in the camp, which is in the north east of the country, about 60 miles from [...]
I’ve been traveling around the world’s youngest country for the last few days with my colleague, James Copnall. We’ve come out to gather material for television and radio on how South Sudan is coping since it became independent. Today we hitched a ride with the UN up to Bunj, in the Upper Nile region, to [...]
This is the spot where the BBC has been camped out all day in Ercis, covering the Turkish #earthquake. We were all hoping they would find more survivors of the earthquake in this collapsed apartment block. Several times during the day the rescue workers called for complete silence to hear if anyone was calling out [...]
Earlier this month I had the privilege of going on assignment for the BBC to Dadaab in Kenya to film a story about how British aid is being spent in the world’s largest refugee camp. We followed a consignment of water and sanitation equipment paid for by the British public from start to finish, beginning [...]
I’m travelling to the world’s largest refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya this week to film a story for the BBC with world affairs correspondent, Mike Wooldridge. We’ll be looking at how the millions of pounds donated by the British public is being spent on the ground to help those affected by the region’s worst drought [...]