If you don’t have land you are nothing
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
Project lead: Millie Harvey
Participatory video facilitation: Millie Harvey
DRC Project coordinator: Celestin Pataule
Policy direction and production: Carron Mann, Katie Allen