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The film is about rural area of Ethiopia part of Africa based on the social and economic condition related with aid poverty and underdevelopment of the village which was released in 2011 The film examines the failure of western policies towards Africa and rethinking the role of western aid workers on the continent Majority of the people are farmer and survive by depending upon what they grew in their fields According to the local people they want opportunity from government to get rid of poverty They even blamed government for insufficient fund for needy people They thought that government was not paying attention to them Financial help from government could have helped them in order to make their lifestyle better Most of them were used to of working where free food was supplied They were highly depending on free supplies Due to poverty majority of people have lost their children and family due to hunger and diseases They only grew one crop that was maize and if there was no rain then the only medium for them to fulfill their basic needs would have not been possible In this film women were hard working They were doing their best from their side One couple in the film who had worked hard from zero level now was proud to share their stories with others They said that before it was hard to fulfill their basic needs now they are happy and they have good life their children go to schoolIn response to the film I was very much fascinated by the spirit of women who are now leading the family A society has always been named as male dominated society but now in the case of Ethiopia women are leading men During the loan processing women were trusted and were only allowed to get loan This system might be the reason for the good economic situation In this film majority of the villagers does not
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