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Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children - Part 1

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Uploaded on May 8, 2010

I felt compelled to upload this video after viewing it and being so moved by the plight of these children. Plus with respect to the other uploaders their versions are such low quality that they're difficult to watch.

Thank You Xoliswa Sithole & If you'd like to donate, the film makers have put up a website http://zimbabweschildren.org
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Shot entirely undercover over the course of nine months, a beautiful and moving documentary which tells the stories of three children growing up in today's Zimbabwe.

12-year-old Grace rummages through rubbish dumps in Harare to find bones to sell for school fees; nine-year-old Esther has to care for her baby sister and her mother who is dying of HIV/AIDS; and 13-year-old Obert pans for gold to make enough money to buy food for himself and his gran, while dreaming of somehow getting the education he craves.

From BAFTA-winning director Jezza Neumann and BAFTA-winning producer, Xoliswa Sithole, a powerful tale unfolds of the gaping chasm between what these children hope for and what their country can currently provide.

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