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Stop Food Loss and Waste

On September 29, 2021, the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste reduction will be commemorated to ensure that we all do our best to preserve food, and to respect the effort that goes into ensuring that it ends up on our tables, and to make sure that we do not take it for granted.
With only 9 years to go until 2030, we check in with the San community of Namibia, who explains to us how important a plate of food is to them, and how difficult it is to survive everyday life.
This interview is was provided to Indigenous Rights Radio by Indigenous Youth Exchange Radio.
In this excerpt, we hear from Bessa Tjesje who is !Xun, from the Gobabis region, in Namibia.
Produced by Shaldon Ferris
Audio from Namibia courtesy of Indigenous Exchange Radio
Translation voiced by Riyaaz Abdul
Image: Bessa Tjesje (!Xun)
Music: Anania2 by The Baba Project, used with permission.

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