A short film from by The African Biodiversity Network (ABN), and The Gaia Foundation (UK). Narrated by Ghanaian born, British actor Hugh Quarshie.
This film documents a unique process being carried out annually in Botswana, Africa.
Over one week, a group of creative African community workers and change makers are brought together to discuss and experience some of the rich traditional heritage of their continent and to discuss what part this should play in each of their countries futures.
Thanks to all those who took part in the Botswana process in November 2009.
With special thanks to Colin and Niall Campbell of Ngwenyama Traditional Healers Training School in Botswana, and to Tetu Maingi (Kenya) and Bern Guri (Ghana) for featuring in this film.
To find out more about the inspiring work of some of the individuals featured in this film visit africanbiodiversity.org or gaiafoundation.org