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Grabbing Gambela
Published: 21 Oct 2011
Posted in:  Ethiopia | GRAIN
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ASO, EJOLT and GRAIN | 21 October 2011

Grabbing Gambela is a short video documentary about a massive takeover of agricultural lands in the Gambela Region of Ethiopia. Since 2008, the Ethiopian government has signed deals with investors from India, Saudi Arabia, China and other countries for large-scale agricultural projects in the region. The deals give foreign investors control of half of Gambela's arable land. In this documentary, local people affected by the land deals speak about their experiences.

Grabbing Gambela is produced by the Anywaa Survival Organisation, EJOLT, and GRAIN.

Grabbing Gambela from EJOLT on Vimeo.

Source: ASO/EJOLT/GRAIN



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