The People the Rain Forgot

Climate change and drought have ravaged the livelihoods of millions in Kenya, home to one of Africaв’s most vibrant economies. Over the past four years, many of the countryв’s northeastern areas have not received sufficient rain to feed their livestock and water their crops. The People the Rain Forgot takes us to Ethiopia and Somalia where more and more Africans are experiencing the new climate of irregular rainfall patterns and drought that have afflicted the Horn of Africa. В From the villagers who build a water dam with their own hands, to the farmers who create a microclimate in their valley by planting thousands of tree seedlings, this film depicts the courage and determination of those who try to make the rain fall again. Directed byВ Sophia Tewa.


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