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Harvesting Rain| 3mins
Director: IRIN | Producer: IRIN
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Kenya
Subject Tags: africa, environment, lesotho
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The last mountain road you drive through en route to the village of Ha Tsui is called the God Help Me Pass, and after a few days in the village it is easy to see why. The mountains of Lesotho have seen declining snow- and rainfall in recent years, and for the people of Ha Tsui, poor harvests have become the norm. “Life will be tough because we don’t have any food,” said village chief, Paulosi Lebakeng. “Even when the crops grow well they don’t produce enough to feed our families.” As the Poznan Climate Change conference enters its final days, IRIN, with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) launched eight short videos exploring the human cost of climate change in Africa.

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