New video: A Day in the life of a Cameroonian Farmer

We’re delighted to bring you the latest insight into life in rural West Africa. Shot by our friends at Sketch Films for Alain du Botton’s ‘School of Life’, this short video features one of the beneficiaries of our project in Cameroon.

From the Mboro Felani tribe, the subject of the film goes about his daily life. A large part of daily life in this remote rural region revolves around the conflict between cattle herding and crop farming communities. And whilst this understandably is featured in the video, ultimately, it is clear that this farmer cares most about his family. He wants a good future for his children and enough money and resource for them to live happy and fulfilling lives. Watch it to find out more here;

We’ll be launching our own film with a more in depth look at how we’re working to resolve the conflict between farmers and grazers very soon. Look out for this in the coming weeks.

If you’d like to find out more about our Cameroon Programme, go to the Cameroon page here.

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