For farm women in Nepal, pregnancy brings no respite from hard physical labor. What is being done to give them a much-needed rest? Radio story and short film produced and reported by Sonia Narang.
The Nizami Bandhu, who sing Qawwali music as a form of worship in one of India's oldest Sufi shrines, have been passing the music down to younger generations. Produced and reported by Sonia Narang.
Sonia Narang reports from southern India on the growth of solar power in rural parts of the country. Small loans have made solar panels available to homes and businesses that otherwise suffer from India’s severe electricity shortage.
Evacuees in tsunami-affected northeast Japan cope with life inside cramped makeshift shelters. Produced and reported by Sonia Narang.
An all-women’s drumming group was preparing to travel by bus to a concert in Fukushima when the magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit off the northeast coast of Japan. The concert was canceled and the drummers stayed behind wondering what they could do to help. Produced and reported by Sonia Narang.
Osaka, Japan dims its famous bright lights out of respect for those suffering in the earthquake disaster zone. Produced and reported by Sonia Narang.