Brazilian children at the Tajaparu river risk getting cut to pieces as they fasten their canoes onto fast-moving tourist boats in order to sell their goods. They are risking death in order to make a few pennies selling sweets and jams.
We follow Pakistani truck drivers facing death at every turn transporting goods across mountain passes on arguably the world’s most dangerous road. Latin American migrants risk life and limb to reach the US border in search of the American dream.
Pilots fly through storms over the jungle along one of the most perilous air routes in the world to deliver supplies. Bolivia’s coca farmers make a living criss-crossing deep valleys on a web of makeshift cables high above forest canopy.
Congolese drivers navigate trucks laden with goods and passengers through jungle floods for hundreds of kilometres.