If you don’t have land you are nothing


If you don’t have land you are nothing
12min

Through interviews with community leaders, poetry and personal testimony filmmakers explore women's freedom to farm, and how discriminatory practices and traditions have a detrimental effect on a community's food security.

If you don’t have land you are nothing was made as part of Women's access to land in South Kivu: a participatory video project in which twenty-four women farmers from Mumosho, DRC took part in a week long video workshop to explore the issue of access to land for marginalized women.

A Women for Women International initiative supported by UK aid from the UK government

Credits
Project lead: Millie Harvey
Participatory video facilitation: Millie Harvey
DRC Project coordinator: Celestin Pataule
Policy direction and production: Carron Mann, Katie Allen