The hardest goodbye: Why I left my kids

Warren Fyfe

Nazifa is pregnant – she and Lateef already have two young children and live in a migrant camp in Greece. The Afghan couple want their baby to be born in Germany but they only have enough money for one person to travel. So they decide that Nazifa must leave her family behind and go alone. [...]

Why I chose to donate my eggs

Warren Fyfe

Image copyright Christopher Paul Csiszar Why would anyone donate their eggs to help a stranger have a child? Elaine Chong explains her reasons. I first heard about egg donation when I was at university in the US. We studied the sociology, psychology and biology of sperm and egg donation, and I was really inspired by [...]

Return to Kashmir, where our parents were shot in front of us

Warren Fyfe

Seventy years ago, a young British couple was shot dead at a mission hospital in Kashmir, making orphans of their three sons – one only two weeks old. To mark the anniversary two of those sons, now white-haired, made a personal pilgrimage to the spot. “I feel very emotional to be here,” says Doug Dykes, [...]