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Published on Sep 14, 2010
Climate change in parts of the world can lead to an increased struggle to grow food and the displacement of populations. This is the case in Northern Colombia among the indigenous Wayuu people, where desert conditions have been exacerbated in recent years. As in many parts of the world, is the Wayuu women who feed their families and provide water -- and they are struggling to ensure their community's very survival despite dwindling water resources.
(Publisher: UNTV with support from UNIFEM; Date of Release: September 2010; Available in: English, French, Spanish and Russian)