The Hadza people is a wandering tribe. Threatened by oher ethnies who need space for farming or cattle grazing they try to protect their ancient land with modern technology.
Mariama Bonso is a cashew producer in Guinea-Bissau. Processing her product at Buwondena Cooperative has allowed her to send her children to school. The cooperative has taught local producers a new approach to business.
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