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Rural Poverty – In Their Own Words (Egypt)| 3mins
Director: James Heer | Producer: James Heer
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Italy
Subject Tags: egypt, food, italy, livelihood, middle east, poverty, water
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Each year, there are an estimated 700,000 new graduates in Egypt, each chasing about 200,000 jobs. At the same time, the country's 72 million people, live on just 4 percent of its landmass. In this video, Egyptian farmer Hassan Abdul Rahman talks about his experience of moving out of the city and into the desert to farm.

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