FEATURE-Gay and intersex asylum seekers find place to call home in Britain
The first safe houses for LGBTi refugees and asylum seekers have been opened in Britain
From coconut plucking to sewer cleaning - Indian startups solve challenges
Authorities in southern India invite startups to find innovative ways to help those carrying out society's dirtiest and most dangerous jobs
Tap and donate: How a cashless society is creating jobs for the homeless
Homelessness is on the rise in England, with at least 4,100 people sleeping rough on any given night in 2016
Pension funds set to transform British businesses doing good
"The effect could be transformative"
How to stay sober: sell funky furniture to London's hipsters
"I'd blackout, I wouldn't remember how I got home, I wouldn't remember what I had done the night before"
The supper club serving up a solution for London's homeless
"Everyone in London thinks about homelessness. It's something you see pretty much every day and it feels like it's getting worse"
East Africa's healthcare "Avon ladies" help to keep children alive
"It's a real African thing, people looking after their own neighbours - that's the juice that makes so much of this work"
FEATURE-The thief who stole thousands helps gamblers kick the habit
Gambling has higher suicide and bankruptcy rates than any other addiction and has also been linked to poverty, domestic violence and child abuse
FEATURE-Trendsetters: South African mothers do business with fashion cast-offs
The Clothing Bank teaches unemployed mothers how to set up their own ventures using unwanted stock donated by retailers