40,000 Year-Old Hadzabe Hunter-Gatherer Tribe Gains Land Rights in Tanzania

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  • 2020
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40,000 Year-Old Hadzabe Hunter-Gatherer Tribe Gains Land Rights in Tanzania
  • Original Title: 40,000 Year-Old Hadzabe Hunter-Gatherer Tribe Gains Land Rights in Tanzania

This episode of UN In Action gives voice to the Hadzabe, the last hunter-gatherer tribe in Tanzania, who are fighting for the preservation of and rights to their vast lands.

40,000 Year-Old Hadzabe Hunter-Gatherer Tribe Gains Land Rights in Tanzania

40,000 Year-Old Hadzabe Hunter-Gatherer Tribe Gains Land Rights in Tanzania

The Hadzabe are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes on Earth.They have roamed their ancestral territory in Northern Tanzania for over 40.000 years.

Yet over the last 50 years, the Hadzabe have lost 90% of their land to farmers and herders. In a few minutes, this video portrays the struggle of this people for the preservation of their lands.

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