BBC NEWS Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific
BBCi NEWS   SPORT   WEATHER   WORLD SERVICE   A-Z INDEX     

BBC News World Edition
 You are in: Programmes: Breakfast  
News Front Page
Africa
Americas
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Middle East
South Asia
UK
Business
Entertainment
Science/Nature
Technology
Health
-------------
Talking Point
-------------
Country Profiles
In Depth
-------------
Programmes
-------------
BBC Sport
BBC Weather
SERVICES
-------------
EDITIONS
Breakfast Friday, 28 February, 2003, 11:55 GMT
Claire Sweeney's African Odyssey
Use this page to access all Claire's reports for Breakfast
Poor harvests, drought and the effect of Aids left 16 million people in need of food aid in Southern Africa last year.

Claire Sweeney
Claire found hope in the DEC's work
To find out how our aid money is being spent, the actress Claire Sweeney went to Malawi.

She filed three special reports for Breakfast, and answered your emails in a live interactive forum.

Using this page, you can access each day's reports, from BBC Breakfast:


  • The Aids Crisis
    On Wednesday, Claire reported on Malawi's Aids crisis.



  • Famine
    On Thursday, she looked at continuing efforts to tackle food shortages in Malawi



  • Children
    And on Friday she found hope for the next generation, in a remote children's hospital.


  • Home
    When we are on air
    Recent forums
    Programme archive
    Studio tour
    Today's information
    MEET THE TEAM
    Presenters
    Reporters
    YOUR SAY
    Contact us
    Your comments

    Actress Claire Sweeney answers your e-mails in  a special interactive forum
    Claire goes to Malawi

    Internet links:


    The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites


     E-mail this story to a friend

    Links to more Breakfast stories

    © BBC ^^ Back to top

    News Front Page | Africa | Americas | Asia-Pacific | Europe | Middle East |
    South Asia | UK | Business | Entertainment | Science/Nature |
    Technology | Health | Talking Point | Country Profiles | In Depth |
    Programmes