has been documenting the resettlement of people from the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique since 2006. With a fellowship from the National Science Foundation (USA) she completed her PhD in Wageningen University in 2012 and she is currently engaged in issues of access to natural resources, food sovereignty and agroecology.
is an independent filmmaker and graphic designer. Her film JEEPNEY (2015) was broadcast on the US station PBS and her work has been supported by The Princess Grace Foundation USA, The Ford Foundation’s JustFilms Initiative, The Center for Asian American Media, and The American Association of University Women. www.yesesy.com
is an audiovisual activist. Kiko has worked in different countries in Latin America producing for television. Currently he works as a film editor and designer for Intermedia Productions based in Spain. Most recently he has worked on the documentary films "Gurumbé, canciones de tu memoria negra" y "Samba, un nombre borrado".
The film was made possible by the development-oriented Interdisciplinary Research and Education Fund (INREF) of Wageningen University. This fund was set up to respond to the societal needs for more impact in research for development.
The Photo Book was financed by the LEB foundation at Wageningen University.