By Gemma Pitcher
Watch the solar set over the Niger at Mopti, the place Malians exchange fish for salt with the desolate tract Tuareg.
Wake as much as the tug of a trunk as elephants wander via your campsite within the Serengeti nationwide Park.
Dip your oar quietly into the Okavango Delta as you waft in the direction of a satisfaction of lions lounging at the water's edge.
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The Unknown Famine reached a domestic television audience at the Ethiopian New Year in September 1974, ten months after its international screenings. Retitled The Hidden Hunger, it was utilized by the coup plotters as the ﬁnal propaganda blow against the emperor. Ethiopian television cleared its New Year schedules to screen and rescreen the ﬁlm. As if the pictures of starvation were not instructive enough, the ﬁlm was re-edited in Addis Ababa to incorporate pictures of a lavish court wedding for which the cake had been ﬂown from Italy.
The best study produced on the tragedy was Evil Days by Alex de Waal for Human Rights Watch in 1991. He described the adoption of the one million ﬁgure as ‘a trivialisation and dehumanisation of human misery’ and concluded from his own researches that a minimum of 400,000 died in the famine. De Waal looked beyond the drought and the wholesale inadequacy of the relief response to account for more than half these deaths. The burden of his study was that the government of Colonel Mengistu killed them.
If they did not, they would walk the 12 miles home empty-handed, and hope for better luck next week. Teferi supported his wife and three children on an acre of land. Times were tough at the moment. The last harvest had been poor and the price of food had doubled in two years. But surely the price rise was a good thing because he had grain to sell? ’ I asked Teferi about his family’s experience of the famine. He was only 8 in 1984 and like every other farmer’s boy in Ethiopia his job was herding animals.
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