Broll Seeds for change in Central African Republic / Beneficiaries

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ID: 24525
Original Filename: BrollBeneficiariesCAR.mov
Title: Broll Seeds for change in Central African Republic / Beneficiaries
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The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP), together with their NGO partners, have begun providing seeds, hand tools and food to farming families in the most food-insecure areas of the Central African Republic (C.A.R.)

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License type: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO
Credit: FAO
Country: Central African Republic
Size (cm): 83.82 MB; 1920 x 1080 pixels; 1 minute 10 seconds;
Orientation: Landscape
Date Created: 25/05/2016 12:59:49
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SEEDS 4 CHANGE

MAY 16 - MAY 20, 2016

VARIOUS LOCATIONS

BENEFICIARY SOUNDBITES

 

(SOUNDBITE 1 (FRENCH), DAUPHIN MANDABA, DISPLACED FARMER WHO HAS RECENTLY RETURNED, MAKANGUE, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC):

 

When the crisis started, we fled because we were scared to die. We were all refugees from our farm. 

Where we had built, we had 31 houses and enough to eat because we farmed with harnessed cows. Unfortunately the events surprised and we fled because they came the two groups. Our brothers on one side who took the machetes. and the other side took up guns. And our farms were their battlefield.

 

(SOUNDBITE 2 (FRENCH), DAUPHIN MANDABA, DISPLACED FARMER WHO HAS RECENTLY RETURNED, MAKANGUE, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC):

 

Since we haven’t farmed for two years, we have nothing to eat. Today we are eating just manioc leave and manioc roots. So hopefully with the seeds that they have brought us, we will have a good proaction that will help us improve our living conditions and go back to how we were before the crisis. 

 

(SOUNDBITE 3 (SANGO), SIMON NZAPABALE, DISPLACED FARMER WHO HAS RECENTLY RETURNED, MAKANGUE, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC): During the crisis, they burned my fields, they killed my husband. They destroyed everything. I have nothing.

 

(SOUNDBITE 4 (SANGO), SIMON NZAPABALE, DISPLACED FARMER WHO HAS RECENTLY RETURNED, MAKANGUE, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC):

We have received peanuts, and the seeds that thy’ve brought us today, that will allow us really to plant to hope for a prosperous future for the next harvest

 

(SOUNDBITE 5 (SANGO), SIMON NZAPABALE, DISPLACED FARMER WHO HAS RECENTLY RETURNED, MAKANGUE, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC):

After  losing my husband with this assistance from FAO and PAM, I will fight now to take care of the education of my children.