Oil palm in Africa. Voices from the communities

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World Rainforest Movement | September 2013

Oil Palm in Africa. Voices from the communities – New WRM video

Industrial oil palm plantations are rapidly expanding, not only in Liberia. In many African countries expansion projects are happening and plans are announced. Everywhere they go, the companies promise jobs and development.

Produced by the World Rainforest Movement.
Interviews; Winnie Overbeek
Edition; Flavio Pazos


Also available

in Spanish: Palma en África. Voces desde las comunidades

in French: L’Huile de Palme en Afrique. Voix des communautés 

in Portuguese; Dende na Africa. Vozes das comunidades

Original source: WRM
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1 Comments


  1. Amos Smith
    19 Sep 2013

    The need for revisitation of these conssessions can not be over emphasized. Particularly for countries coming from civil disobedience, they lack every social need while trying to normalizes their communities. These people should not be treated as people with little brains, as sanity is being restored there are possibilities that they could result to violence at the determent of both the companies and their goverments.

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