Kabul Dream Factory - Saba Sahar and Afghan Film: Saba Sahar lives an extraordinary life - as a mother, police officer and filmmaker. Her movies feature women pursuing criminals. In most of them, Sahar plays the heroine herself. As a child, Sahar dreamed of making movies in Afghanistan. German director Sebastian Heidinger documented her difficult work as a women's rights activist. Kenya - Multimedia Project in Nairobi's Biggest Slum: For outsiders, the slums of Africa's cities seem like a world apart. The media usually report only the most horrific stories. But a couple of Kenyan journalists say that it doesn't have to be that way. Instead of making movies about slum dwellers, they'd rather help these young people become media professionals themselves. Myanmar - Hints of Change: Until recently the people of Myanmar, formerly Burma, were isolated from the world. One in four still lives in poverty. In addition, the education system has long been held hostage by the country's power structure. When Sithu Zeya was a student, the ruling generals shut down the universities. Now Sithu thinks education is the country's most pressing issue. Environment - Brazil Builds Solar Stadiums: Brazil is Latin America's pioneer in solar energy - covering stadiums with solar panels two years before it hosts the World Cup. The first to get the solar treatment: Pituacu Stadium in Salvador de Bahia. The solar array is the biggest to be installed on a single roof in Latin America. And installation work is going full speed at the legendary Maracanã Stadium.