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At the end of 1990s I made my first trip to mountainous, landlocked Lesotho, to set up a Panos London project to record interviews with people who were facing resettlement from their highland communities. The construction of a huge dam the following year would take over their valley; their homes, fields, gravestones and grazing lands would eventually be submerged by its water.
Hunger makes the international news during
times of famine, yet chronic food shortages are a feature of everyday life
for millions of people in Africa and Asia. What can be done to change this
and what role can journalists play?