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A Battle for Land and Water in Gambella

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Published on Nov 23, 2013

The Anuak always had close ties to their environment. As an indigenous population, they have been marginalized by the government for many years. They sustain themselves mainly through farming, hunting and fishing, while some Anuak are also pastoralists. We, the Anuak were being forced to move so that the government can lease the land to investors. So we see this as a big threat. We need to fight for the future of our children.

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