“Cassava Revolution” is a documentary demonstrating how a public-private partnership is transforming cassava production into a commercially viable enterprise. The film showcases the Cassava Plus project in Nigeria, which helps smallholder farmers shift from subsistence to commercial cassava production by linking them to value-added markets.
This short video gives an account of massacres of civilians that happened in Asaba, Nigeria, 1967, in the early months of the Nigerian Civil War. It uses interviews with survivors and witnesses, and historical photos and documents to tell the story of an event that has largely been ignored for decades. For more information about the continuing research project, visit: asabamemorial.org