Independent broadcaster Link TV and international relief and development organization Oxfam America produced this half-hour documentary examining solutions to famine and chronic hunger around the world.
It features the story of an Ethiopian farmer, Medhin Reda, and interviews with Francis Moore Lappé, humanitarian and bestselling author of Diet for a Small Planet.
The show is part of Link TV's ViewChange.org digital hub connecting the stories of success and progress in global development and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Watch over 400 more documentaries on global development success stories at http://www.viewchange.org.
A huge thank you to Trevor for linking to this video on his blog!
NOTE: This is a fan edit, NOT the official version that is shown by the WKUK on tours.
This is all 10 parts of CWOD spliced together to form one long movie. Never having seen the 'real' version, I took some creative freedoms with this edit (but I like to think it's close enough).
The awesome CybertechWKUK has another edit up on The Pirate Bay if you want a real file. Here is the link (please thank him for seeding, he deserves it!): http://bit.ly/ieHrOJ
Special thanks go to the WKUK - without them, we wouldn't have The Civil War on Drugs, and we wouldn't have the last 10 years of their hilarious sketch comedy to give us all a lift. So thank you to the WKUK, Jim Biederman, their crew and IFC.
NOTE: No copyright infringement intended. I do NOT take credit for anything except having edited together the ten separate parts that were uploaded to the IFC website. Content belongs to The Whitest Kids U' Know and the Independent Film Channel (IFC). I'm only uploading this so other people can watch it. I am NOT profiting from this video and do not intend to profit from it.