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The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is a large hydroelectric dam constructed by the Ethiopian government in the Benishangul-Gumuz Region of Ethiopia, which borders Sudan. While expected to provide the country with many benefits, the dam also presents several harmful aspects, like the displacement of the indigenous people of the area, the Berta and the Gumuz.
In Kedougou, Senegal, Bassari face discrimination and suppression from neighboring ethnic groups like the Fulani and Mandinka. The lack of government intervention is trapping them in poverty. Image Credit: Tripdownmemorylane