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Sisters on the planet - Uganda

Created on 20 November 2009
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For Martina Longom in Caicaoan village in Karamoja, north eastern Uganda, the disappearance of the elele bird is yet another sign that strange things are happening to the weather. "In our parents'time", she says, "the elele bird would come and sing, signalling the rain. Everyone would then join together to turn to cultivation.
Sisters on the planet is a series of inspirational journeys of women who are fighting back against climate change.

More info: www.oxfam.org.nz
Produced by: Oxfam New Zealand
Year: 2008
Language: English subtitles



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