Kiss of Life for DR Congo Pygmies

Inter Press Service: "Most of the houses in our villages are still made with small branches that we have collected, while our timber and our medicinal plants are taken by people who are enriching themselves elsewhere," said Ampiobo Amuri, a traditional pygmy chief. "It’s been several weeks now since I stopped listening to the requests of these people who come and bring us drink, give us used clothes, sometimes even salt, in exchange for our products," he said. "I want our children to study," said Antoinette Ambulampo.......

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