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SAVING EWASO NGIRO DOCUMENTARY FILM

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Description

This is a short version of a film depicting an initiative which is on its early stages and implemented by IMPACT – Indigenous Movement for Peace Advancement and Conflict Transformation. The program is supported by Partners for Resilience to promote sustainable livelihoods through improved management, protection and utilization of wetlands resources mainly in the upper and mid Ewaso Nyiro basin. The project focus is to revitalize, strengthen and improve the advocacy and self-organizing capacity for communities living within critical areas of Upper Ewaso Ngiro basin. 

The long version of this documentary is available at: http://youtu.be/O32VEscJxdY

More info: http://ramadhankhamis.com/ 
Produced by: Ramadhan Khamis
Year: 2014
Language: Various, English subtitles
Region: Africa, East Africa

 

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