Hassan Ghani

Hassan Ghani

Hassan Ghani is a producer and reporter with Al Jazeera.

Follow him on Twitter: @Hassan_Ghani

Indonesia's unlikely shutterbug

Asia

Turning buses into art in Pakistan

Mohammed Rafiq has been painting Pakistan's colourful buses for 40 years, but there's a dark side to the industry.

Turning buses into art in Pakistan

Environment

Meet Indonesia's trash vigilante

Mr Sariban is 74 years old, retired, and totally obsessed.

Meet Indonesia's trash vigilante

Human Rights

How to deal with Kibera's 'flying toilets'

Streets in Nairobi slum are littered with human waste, prompting locals to develop innovative solutions to the problem.

How to deal with Kibera's 'flying toilets'

Poverty & Development

Kenya's slum DJ shows us around Kibera

Abdullah 'Dallas' Mussa walks us through the trials and tribulations of life as a slum journalist.

Kenya's slum DJ shows us around Kibera

Human Rights

Going back to school in Kenya's biggest slum

Hundreds of adults who grew up illiterate are getting a second chance to read and write in Nairobi's Kibera slum.

Going back to school in Kenya's biggest slum

Human Rights

"What will be in your heart? Won't there be hate?"

Karim Khan is suing the CIA for the deaths of his son and brother in a drone strike.

"What will be in your heart? Won't there be hate?"

Human Rights

'Not every beardy man is a terrorist'

Rafiullah Hanif faces the prospect of forced repatriation along with nearly 3 million other Afghan refugees to a homeland still in conflict.

'Not every beardy man is a terrorist'

Shorts

The policewomen of Peshawar

A growing number of female officers are breaking stereotypes and catching criminals in Pakistan's northwest.

The policewomen of Peshawar

Human Rights

Pakistan: The free street school for impoverished kids

Firefighter Mohammed Ayub quietly works in his spare time to give children from Islamabad's slums a better chance at life.

Pakistan: The free street school for impoverished kids

Shorts

The Syrian doctors treating refugees in Turkey

Tucked away in a quiet side-street of Istanbul’s historic Fatih district, the Nour clinic for Syrian refugees is easy to miss.

The Syrian doctors treating refugees in Turkey

Shorts

Syrian seamstresses send help home

A group of Syrian women in Turkey have set up their own factory to produce clothes for families over the border in Syria.

Syrian seamstresses send help home