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Gir'inka| 18mins
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Rwanda
Subject Tags: africa, community, economies, ethics, governance, livelihood, rwanda
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
"A fight against poverty" (Gir'inka) tells the story of the poor Jean Bosco, a descendent of a Pygmy familiy, living in a rural area of Rwanda, who received cow through a government program to help the needy. He asked to be removed from the hunger toward a sustainable development, stating that he could sustain himself and his family without any support. The documentary highlights how an animal like a cow can lead the way to development. The program has helped more than 1500 rural families, including Pygmy families.

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