Tag: Mandou


“Adapting the ploughing calendar in Mandou, Guinea” by Bangaly Camara, May 2021

Bangaly Camara, a villager from Mandou, says in this video that he starts ploughing at the beginning of May because he was surprised by the lack of rain last year. Everything that was cultivated in April will be harvested in water, so he is starting to plough now so that he can harvest it in 3 to 4 months. The

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“The drying of the river in Mandou ” by Kanibooi Ibrahaima Camara (Guinea) – April 2021

“My name is Kanibooi Ibrahaima Camara, the elder of Mandou village. We are in the bed of the Farako stream where we practised our rituals, we did not cut wood here, we did not fish, even the children did not dare to enter here because the forest was so dense. This river, which is now drying up, used to have

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