The shocking and devastating story of prostitution in Ethiopia's Addis Abba. A Trailer opening the scene for a full length documentary, showing a story of hope and love as the charity Women At Risk release women from this terrible nightmare and offer them a new life. Filmography: Nick Jones Music composition: James Hart Copyright © 2010 James Hart Nick Jones
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www.ListenUpTV.com | Listen Up team uncovers the factors contributing to the unusually high rates of prostitution in Ethiopia, and to bring you the incredible rescue stories of women who have found a way out.
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Addis Prostitutes This video footage was recovered from Addis Ababa using a Nikon D90 ,with a 12mm lens .held at waste level.This is one of the worst areas of the city.The girls behind the closed curtains are with men at time of filming. Those standing at the door are looking for customers.The girls live here, have their children and have a community of prostitutes living and working in these sheds. The green leaf type plant he girl is holding is called Huka a type of drug that you chew and get a high on. Next to the sheds is a grain store the men from the villages come and get grain and then visit the Brothels.There is no running water or sanitation ,The children watch as their Mothers ply their trade. Our Goal is to get the girls out of the sex trade into a program called LOVE IN ACTION. This is a safe house away from the power of the pimp.The girls will then learn a skill or a trade ,The Christian based program allows the Gospel to be shared as the girls are being helped. If you can help us in any way .email me firstname.lastname@example.org
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Char and Skiff bring you real stories of Ethiopian prostitutes as they work to get off the streets and feed their families. http://www.charbeck.net
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In Africa, woman is not Adam's rib, at most, she is his shoulders and spinal column. For the vast majority of African women, even today, in the cities and in the countryside, their greatest dream is to get a good husband and have many children. We will approach different cases as beauty contests, polygamy and arranged marriages. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 SUSCRÍBETE al canal y descubre los mundos y las culturas más fascinantes: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Síguenos también en: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu
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According to a 2006 UNICEF report, one Kenyan child in three is involved in underage prostitution. It is a drastic situation caused by incredibly poor living conditions, with around 50% of the population below the poverty line. Sex tourism is flourishing and a major contributor to the sexual exploitation of minors, with Kenya among the top 5 world destinations for child abuse. Despite being illegal, child prostitution is very common, with kids as young as 8 or 9 being paid by adults to perform sex acts. It’s their only way to make a living. For more documentaries, visit https://rtd.rt.com/ RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Child Prostitution (2009): Kenya's stunning beaches attract thousands of tourists each year but this tropical paradise hides a harrowing secret: children as young as 6 are having to risk their lives and sell sex in order to survive. Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For similar stories, see: The Kenyan Women Refusing Prostitution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t8Peu7XeG4 The Children Trapped In Bangladesh's Brothel Village https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zu2LugZpymU Mothers encourage children into sex trade in Madagascar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYRLJXvmTfE For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/4558 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Three years ago a study by UNICEF reported that approximately 30% of Kenya's population of children aged between 12 and 18 were engaged in some form of sex work. Since this report, political violence and economic crisis has left 10 million Kenyans starving, forcing more youngsters into the sex trade. As night falls, Mombasa's clubs fill up with European male tourists ogling teenage girls. The desperate teenagers wear high heels and pay a bribe to get in. Their ultimate hope is Mzungu, a white man who will pay 5 times more for sex than a Kenyan labourer can earn in a day. "I started when I was 12. I could go into a nightclub and I could count 10 to 20 girls that were prostitutes," tells 14-year-old prostitute Leyla. "I ask God, what I have done wrong? I am still a child and I am doing this." Dr Essam Ahmed works in Mombasa's only sexual health clinic and explains that there are many loopholes in the judicial system. "It's very rare for a perpetrator to be jailed." And although the authorities say they are going to take strict action on those who are taking advantage of young children, the country fears any attack on its reputation could drive innocent tourists away. SMI Productions – Ref. 4558 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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88rising and Jubilee Media present Save My Seoul - a documentary on South Korea’s rampant prostitution and sex-trafficking dilemma. Save My Seoul will be released on July 4th and is available for pre-order now: http://apple.co/2rQ6LLr Stay tuned for more previews from the full-length documentary. Jubilee Media http://youtube.com/jubileemedia
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Wollo, Amhara region 1. Various of victim of child marriage Fentaye Sisay at home with her father and stepmother 2. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Fentaye Sisay, Victim of child marriage : "When my family tried to give me to my future husband I ran away to my relatives house. I stayed there for a while but one day my family came and took me back and made me get married to him." 3. Various of Fentaye Sisay helping at home 4. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Fentaye Sisay, Victim of child marriage : "My case was taken to the courts and I had to give evidence, which was against my family. They also went to court many times and finally after all the witnesses had given their sides of the story, my father was punished." 5. Various set ups of Almaz Marye, Women's Affairs, Local Government Office 6. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Almaz Marye, Women's Affairs, Local Government Office : "The reason early marriage continues is because of our culture. The parents really fear that the girl will have a child out of wedlock. Our mothers say to us that they were married at 12 or 13 and so they don't think it's a problem for their daughters to get married that young. Even if the parents get education, most didn't understand. We need more education about the problems surrounding young girls getting married. There is really a lack of knowledge here." 7. Various of Sisay Disale, Fentaye Sisay's father working at home 8. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Sisay Disale, Fentaye Sisay's father : "We are surrounded by many traditions here. People around me told me that if I didn't allow the marriage when my parents insisted, in the future people might be cruel to my daughter. They said that I would regret ignoring their wishes, so I just had to let it happen to her to make them all happy. When I gave her to the husband I made him sign a letter to not touch her and I am sure he didn't touch her." 9. Various set ups of Shishige Fantaw, Head of Women's Affairs, Local Government Office 10. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Shishige Fantaw, Head of Women's Affairs, Local Government Office "It can be dangerous for a child to give birth to a baby because the girl is still developing herself, she could get fistula (injury caused to mother during obstructed birth). If they have children when they are young, they usually can't take care of them well. Also, when they are married against their will they are more likely to want to get divorced or run away if they're unhappy. After that, often their only opportunity for work is to be a prostitute or maid servant. If we want to develop our country, women should be able to be educated, not married." Woldia, Amhara region 11. Various exterior of Save the Children UK office 12. Various set ups of Teshome Haile from childrens charity Save The Children UK 13. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Teshome Haile, Save The Children UK : "Child marriage is a big problem in this area. Save the Children is stepping up awareness through advocacy. It is illegal and we are working with local government and community based programmes so that rules against early marriage are enforced. We are trying to ensure that children get their education and are able to marry after 18, when they decide themselves if they want to marry." Wollo, Amhara region 14. Various Fentaye Sisay on her way to school 15. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Fentaye Sisay, Victim of child marriage : "I want to go to school and continue my education. If someone in this house tries to stop me I will escape again to my relatives house." 16. Various Fantaye Sisay at school LEAD IN: Ethiopia has one of the most serious problems of child marriage in the world today, according to the Population Council. STORYLINE : She says her battle even involved a court case. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5f00337f14ef0eb63de4cb55dcdb8fcc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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www.ListenUpTV.com | Listen Up team: Rikki, Moussa & Darren traveled to Ethiopia to uncover the factors contributing to the unusually high rates of prostitution in the country, and to bring you the incredible rescue stories of women who have found a way out.
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My 1st night in Manila, The Philippines i decided to go and check-out the Red Light District. P Burgos Street is in Makati City, Manila. Burgos Street is the heart of the Philippines Nightlife scene right here in Makati. There are some top quality girls to be found in some of the agogo bars but from all my inquiry's they are expensive. The nightlife scene here in Burgos Street, Manila is much smaller than i imagined. I visited in August which is low season. I am told it gets much busier during November and December. I spent all my night inside Horizon Gentleman's VIP Lounge. Thanks for making me feel so welcome on my 1st night in The Philippines. Link at end of video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u2wZSXPwrs For more info on Horizon you can visit there facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/horizonvip/ I am NOT being paid by Horizon to promote their business or Facebook page. They welcomed me with open arms and this is my way of saying Thank You. Thanks for watching, give this video a huge thumbs up, click that SUBSCRIBE button and don't forget to tell your friends about Dead Farang on Youtube. And Remember.....Bar Girls Can't Eat Love. This has been another Dead Farang Production. Please SUBSCRIBE for my new videos. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=deadfarang Website - http://www.deadfarang.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/deadfarang Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/deadfarang Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/deadfarang NOTE: Any comments attacking/defaming other youtubers will be deleted. If you have a problem with someone, contact them directly through private message. This channel is not a forum to personally attack, intimidate, provoke or make snide remarks about other youtubers in our community. Thanks for your understanding. Regards DF
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Driving on one outer corner of the Red Light District in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where between 40,000 to 80,000 young girls are forced into the sex trade. ICA has 8 homes worldwide for victims of sex trafficking. Help us open more. www.crisisaid.org
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We know the story of Ada, a girl of 27 who are engaged in prostitution. A past of poverty led her to leave her family in search of a better future. He currently lives in Mopti, where, along with ten other girls, working in a club where prostitution pay two euros a day for the room.
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Zona Norte Tijuana Mexico What to expect: Though the late-2000s saw multiple travel advisories about America’s favorite border city, it’s far safer today than it was a few years ago. La Coahuila -- the main street of Zona Norte -- is a few blocks off Avenida Revolucion and is lined with strip clubs (which, predictably, double as brothels) and young women waiting outside hotels waiting to escort you upstairs. Subscribe My Channel My Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Thinkdf/ What it’ll cost: On the street, you’ll pay about $25 plus $5 for “the room,” regardless of whether you’ve got a hotel to take them to or not. In the strip clubs, it’ll cost you more -- anywhere from $50-$100. Subscribe My Channel Be warned: The police may try to shake you down for a random civic violation that they’ll explain in Spanish (assuming you won't understand), and then threaten to throw you in a Tijuana jail. It’s not as fun as Bruce Springsteen makes it sound, so make sure you bring plenty of cash for both the prostitutes and the cops.
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In Ethiopia, Vulnerable Children Society is supporting 10 special girls to go through an amazing year long retraining program. These girls of 15-19 used to work in the sex trade in Addis Ababa, but thanks to Vulnerable Children's program, they are now getting a second chance at life. For a year, they stay in a group home, receive counselling and vocational training, lifeskills coaching and support. The program has a 95% success rate of reemploying the girls in different industries, such as sewing, cooking and hair styling. To donate to the life changing program, please visit www.VulnerableChildren.ca
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Lebanon has long been known for being the sex tourism capital of the Middle East. For years people from around the region have flocked to its “super night clubs” in the hope of meeting and sleeping with women. But the influx of Syrian refugees has pushed more people into the sex industry, with many Syrians turning to prostitution to survive. Benjamin Zand from BBC Pop Up meets Syrian refugees who say they had no other choice but to become prostitutes, and finds out how European women in "super night clubs" are being locked up, by law, everyday. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
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Check out our new website for more incredible documentaries: HD and ad-free. https://goo.gl/LwMcmY 14-year-old Aberash was walking home from school when a group of horsemen thundered across the plain and kidnapped her. They beat her up, forced her over the back of a horse and took her to a hut where she was raped by a 28-year-old farmer. Only afterwards did she realise that the man who had taken her virginity by force now considered himself to be her husband. In Ethiopia’s Wild South, when a man wants a bride he goes out and kidnaps one. It’s common practice for him to keep her hidden, raping her repeatedly till she’s pregnant. Then he can approach her family and arrange the marriage contract. Marriage by abduction has been going on so long that no-one can remember how it all began. When Aberash was abducted, her older sister was already married by abduction, ruining her chance to run for her country at the Olympic Games. Now she lives with her husband and four small children in a tiny hovel from which they are scraping a living selling home-brewed liquor. After she was raped Aberash thought about her older sister and made her mind up. She managed to steal a gun and escape. When her "husband" gave chase she fired in warning. He ignored her. Fearing for her future, Aberash aimed, fired and killed. She was arrested and charged with murder. Now she is on trial for her life. Aberash was the first girl to resist centuries of deeply-entrenched, male-dominated culture. The outcome of her trial will be crucial, not just for Aberash but for the future of teenage girls throughout Ethiopia. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from True Vision. Any queries, please contact us at: email@example.com Produced by True Vision
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Khat, qat: Catha edulis (khat, qat) is a flowering plant native to the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Among communities from these areas, khat chewing has a history as a social custom dating back thousands of years.Khat contains a monoamine alkaloid called cathinone, an amphetamine-like stimulant, which is said to cause excitement, loss of appetite and euphoria. In 1980, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified it as a drug of abuse that can produce mild-to-moderate psychological dependence (less than tobacco or alcohol), although WHO does not consider khat to be seriously addictive. The plant has been targeted by anti-drug organizations such as the DEA. It is a controlled substance in some countries, such as Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States (de facto), while its production, sale, and consumption are legal in other nations, including Djibouti, Ethiopia, Somalia and Yemen. Khat goes by various traditional names, such as kat, qat, qaad, ghat, chat, tschat, Abessinischer Tee, Abyssinian Tea, Somali Tea, Arabian Tea, and Kafta in its endemic regions of the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.In the African Great Lakes region, where Catha edulis is in some areas cultivated, it is known as miraa, muhulo and muirungi. In South Africa, the plant is known as Bushman's Tea. Other names for khat include Chat Tree and Flower of Paradise. Khat consumption induces mild euphoria and excitement, similar to that conferred by strong coffee. Individuals become very talkative under the influence of the plant. The effects of oral administration of cathinone occur more rapidly than the effects of amphetamine pills; roughly 15 minutes as compared to 30 minutes in amphetamine. Khat can induce manic behaviours and hyperactivity, similar in effects to those produced by amphetamine.The use of khat results in constipation. Dilated pupils (mydriasis) are prominent during khat consumption, reflecting the sympathomimetic effects of the drug, which are also reflected in increased heart rate and blood pressure.Withdrawal symptoms that may follow occasional use include mild depression and irritability. Withdrawal symptoms that may follow prolonged khat use include lethargy, mild depression, nightmares, and slight tremor. Khat is an effective anorectic (causes loss of appetite). Long-term use can precipitate: negative impact on liver function, permanent tooth darkening (of a greenish tinge), susceptibility to ulcers, and diminished sex drive.It is unclear if the consumption of khat directly affects the mental health of the user or not. Occasionally, a psychotic episode can result, resembling a hypomanic state in presentation.Wikipedia
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Shaimaa al-Sayyid grew up watching her mother and grandmother sell vegetables in the streets of Manshiyat al-Qanatir, a tourist town in Egypt. Every morning, they'd get up very early and travel to small village markets to buy vegetables which they'd sell at a higher price in the city. Now a commerce student, Shaimaa comes straight to the market after college to help her mother Muna. "I raised all my children here," said Muna, "I like trading. I inherited it from my mother. She has been doing this for more than 50 years. My mother is the one who started a market in this street." "Around 17 years ago, I told my husband I wanted to sell vegetables in the street market with my mother. He first said 'no' but I then convinced him ... He knows I'm doing this for a good reason. He also works hard so we can both raise our children well." While Muna and her husband don't have college degrees, they're motivated to work hard so their children can have a more comfortable life. "I want my children to study, get university degrees and have good jobs," said Muna. 'Life is expensive' Travelling outside her village, Aida Muhammad sells vegetables in Cairo's streets in the morning but goes home to look after her children in the afternoon. "I'm trying to earn a living to buy some stuff for my children. Life is expensive and my husband doesn't make much. So I help him," said Aida. Similarly, sisters Sanaa Sayyid Ahmed and Nanaa Sayyid Ahmed spend four days a week selling cheese, eggs and garlic in Cairo and only two days a week at home with their families. Their village is more than a day's travel away, so they've managed to rent an unfurnished apartment just to sleep in. Finding the perfect location on the street to sell her vegetables used to be a problem - until one day other vendors came to her rescue. "The butcher told us not to sit next to his shop," Sanaa said. The butcher was worried that her products would attract flies. Then, the other vendors shouted back, "Let her stay. She's trying to earn a living. She sells great cheese and eggs. It's your meat that attracts flies." Besides the hustle, Sanaa isn't bothered by haggling customers. "When we state the price, the customer starts to barter. This is business. Bargaining and headaches," said Sanaa. "I have no fears as long as the scales I weigh the cheese on are working well and aren't broken." Cheese and ghee (clarified butter) seller Ilham Abdul Aziz is a childless widow who selflessly provides for her impoverished sister, unemployed brother-in-law and the rest of their family. She's had many opportunities to remarry, but she's steadfastly refused. Instead, said Ilham, "I wanted to dedicate my life to these children and support them until they all get married. People praise me, saying I'll be rewarded for dedicating my life to these children." "I love my job. It's how we earn our living," she added. "I would never hate it because it's how we earn our living so we don't beg or borrow money from others. It's a blessing from God." This film focuses on the daily lives of five Egyptian village women who are driven by the need to provide for their children and families by selling local produce in the street markets across the country. It provides an insight into the women's daily struggle to survive and the sacrifices each of them makes to sustain their livelihoods, just above the poverty line. More from Al Jazeera World on: YouTube - http://aje.io/aljazeeraworldYT Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AlJazeeraWorld Twitter - https://twitter.com/AlJazeera_World Visit our website - http://www.aljazeera.com/aljazeeraworld Subscribe to AJE on YouTube - http://aje.io/YTsubscribe - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Harar: Harar, formerly written Harrar and known to its inhabitants as Gey, is a walled city in eastern Ethiopia. It was formerly the capital of Harergey and now the capital of the modern Harari ethno-political division (or kilil) of Ethiopia. The city is located on a hilltop in the eastern extension of the Ethiopian Highlands, about five hundred kilometers from Addis Ababa at an elevation of 1,885 meters. Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Harar has an estimated total population of 122,000, of whom 60,000 were males and 62,000 were females. According to the census of 1994, on which this estimate is based, the city has a population of 76,378.For centuries, Harar has been a major commercial centre, linked by the trade routes with the rest of Ethiopia, the entire Horn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and, through its ports, the outside world. Harar Jugol, the old walled city, was included in the World Heritage List in 2006 by UNESCO in recognition of its cultural heritage. It is sometimes known in Arabic as "the City of Saints" ("Madinat al-Awilya"). According to UNESCO, it is "considered 'the fourth holy city' of Islam" with 82 mosques, three of which date from the 10th century and 102 shrines. The Fath Madinat Harar records that the cleric Abadir Umar Ar-Rida and several other religious leaders settled in Harar circa 612H (1216 AD). Harar was later made the new capital of the Adal Sultanate in 1520 by the Sultan Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad.The city saw a political decline during the ensuing Emirate of Harar, only regaining some significance in the Khedivate of Egypt period. During Abyssinian rule, the city decayed while maintaining a certain cultural prestige. Today, it is the seat of the Harari ethno-political division. People: The inhabitants of Harar represent several different Afro-Asiatic-speaking ethnic groups, both Muslim and Christian, including the Oromo, Somali, Amhara, Gurage and Tigray. The Harari, who refer to themselves as Gey 'Usu ("People of the City") are a Semitic-speaking people. Their language, Harari, constitutes a Semitic pocket in a predominantly Cushitic-speaking region. Originally written in the Arabic script, the Harari language has recently converted to the Ge'ez script. Besides the stone wall surrounding the city, the old town is home to 110 mosques and many more shrines, centered on Feres Magala square. Notable buildings include Medhane Alem Cathedral, the house of Ras Mekonnen, the house of Arthur Rimbaud, and the sixteenth century Jami Mosque. Harrar Bira Stadium is the home stadium for the Harrar Beer Bottling FC. One can also visit the market. Feeding hyenasA long-standing tradition of feeding meat to spotted hyenas also evolved during the 1960s into an impressive night show for tourists. (See spotted hyenas in Harar.) Other places of interest include the highest amba overlooking the city, the Kondudo or "W" mountain, which hosts an ancient population of feral horses. A 2008 scientific mission has unleashed efforts for their conservation, as the animals are greatly endangered. The Harar Brewery was established in 1984. Its beers can be sampled at the brewery social club adjacent to the brewery in Harar.Intercity bus service is provided by the Selam Bus Line Share Company.
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1. Wide of main khat market in Aweday, Ethiopia 2. Wide of khat market in Aweday 3. Medium shot khat being sold at market 4. Medium shot man putting khat in to plastic bags 5. Medium shot of women carrying bundles of khat on their shoulders 6. Medium shot woman standing holding bundle of khat 7. Medium shot young girls holding bundle of khat 8. Medium shot bearded man holding bundles of khat for sale 9. Medium shot bearded man holding bundles of khat for sale and looking at camera 10. Wide of goats eating khat from ground 11. Close up goat eating khat 12. Medium shot man eating khat and looking in to camera 13. Close up man's face as he eats khat 14. Wide of Ali Dawit, khat trader, sitting outside shop trading khat 16. Close up Ali Dawit's face 15. Medium shot Ali Dawit standing and trading khat 16. SOUNDBITE: (Oromo) Ali Dawit, khat trader in Aweday "We survive because of khat. This is our life, if it's made illegal it will be very dangerous for our livelihoods." 17. Wide of field full of khat plants 18. Wide of field full of khat plants 19. Zoom in to khat in field 22. Close up woman hands putting money in to walley 20. Close up woman holding money 21. Wide of khat being stacked on vehicle roof for transport 22. Medium shot khat on vehicle roof 23. Medium shot vehicle full of khat 24. Medium shot of floor at khat restaurant with khat and soft drinks and cigarettes (faces hidden) 25. Low close up of khat on ground 26. Medium shot tray with bowl of khat leaves and pack of cigarettes 27. Close up bowl of khat leaves 28. Medium shot flask and cup of khat tea on ground 29. Close up sugar being put in to khat tea 30. Medium shot man with sheesha 31. Close up man with sheesha 32. Extreme close up man with sheesha 33. Close up foil being removed from flavoured coal burning on sheesha (an oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water) 34. Medium shot 'Tricky' playing cards in khat restaurant 35. Medium shot Tricky holding cards 36. Medium shot cards on floor 37. SOUNDBITE (Amharic) Tricky, Khat chewer "In this country - when you want to socialise with your friends - there's not a lot of things for us to do. When you live in the western world, you have so many choices, but here you don't. So being here and chewing khat is a good past time, because we can socialise or even talk business." 38. Zoom down to khat market on street 39. Wide of khat market 40. Medium shot woman selling khat on street at market 41. Medium shot two men sitting on wall eating khat 42. Close up man chewing khat sitting on wall 43. Medium shot man sitting on ground chewing khat 44. Medium shot man laying on ground chewing khat 45. Medium side shot of Dr Atalay Alem, psychiatrist on phone 46. Close up Dr Atalay Alem on mobile phone 47. Wide of wide coats on hook in Dr Alem's office 48. SOUNDBITE (Amharic) Dr Atalay Alem, Consultant Psychiatrist at Amanuel Psychiatric Hospital and Associate Professor at Addis Ababa University's Faculty of Medicine (Department of Psychiatry) "If taken in large quantities and over a longer period of time khat, like any other drug, can cause mental disorders. This is because it contains chemical ingredients called cathine and cathinone, which are very similar structurally to amphetamine. Research shows that khat can cause pyschosis, just like amphetamines do. " 49. Wide of Abdi Mussa, khat trader, in shop packaging khat 50. Close up Abdi Mussa's hands packaging khat 51. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Abdi Mussa, khat trader in Addis 52. Various of khat for sale on shelf 53. Wide of Abera Gayesa, Head of Export Promotion Department, Ministry of Trade and Industry, at desk in office 58. Close up clipboard LEAD IN: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1126b3d3456e6b7f86c961de0b6651fd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Alternate Headline: Kenyan Business leaders welcome Kenya-Ethiopia Bilateral Trade Agreement Kenyan business leaders have welcome Wednesday's signing of a bilateral trade agreement between Kenya and Ethiopia. Among the Kenyan businesses that have shown interest in venturing into Ethiopia include Equity bank, Safaricom and Brookside dairy.
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From the very beginning, we got down at Grant Road Station and took a cab. We asked the cab driver to drop us at Faras Road. He gave us a wicked grin and started driving. The taxi driver was giggling all the time until he left us there. The time was about 10 pm, but didn't look like it because the streets were too busy. And then young and mid-aged women with three times the use of their make-up, glowing, literally glowing in the dark, were standing confident on either side of the roads showing off deep cleavages to attract men or "customers". To know more about the place we started walking down the road with prostitutes on both sides giving us a welcoming nod while making eye contact. Some of them even approached us. But we knew better, to walk by and make them chase us. We also saw a few men bargaining for the right price. (By the way, it starts from 200 Rupees for one, we asked) heard some conversations, too. It all sounded funny in the beginning, but well, it wasn't very funny once we had our own up, close and personal encounter with those not so friendly "ladies". (I'm pretty sure one of them was a dude) Few minutes later a lady approached us and asked where we were heading, and go directly to the point, saying: 'zyda nahi bolegi...200 ka rate hai...chalo aap andar toh aao..Aur bhi ladkia hai, hum bhi hai, bass haath rakho '. We got excited, not for the obvious reason, but because I firmly believed that we're going to get some interview of sorts. We asked for someone who could share their story and talk to us about their life, on camera. All of a sudden two more women joined her, blocking our path. We were so, so wrong and almost instantly, regretted our decision but went along, anyway. We also asked them if they could chat for a couple of minutes. Though, I knew it wasn't their prime business time and yet they didn't waste any time to invite us in. So, we offered one of them a small amount of money. She accepted (snatched it and put it away somewhere in her double D's ) the offer and asked us to go inside with her again, saying: 'Aao naa...andar baith ke aaram se baat karte hai...photo bhi nikal lo aur picture bhi bana lo...sirf 200 legi main..' We insisted, we would rather have a conversation right there, outside. At this point the first lady almost pushed us in. Their room, which looked real unsafe as it was covered with 3 layers of curtains from all the side. We entered the first curtain without any hint of caution, but soon as we crossed the second and the third, and saw those old beds, 4 on each sides covered in macchar dani, (for a little privacy, I think). We realized it was the wrong decision, very wrong. Two of them tried molesting us, snatching our bags, the camera and tried to put their hands in our pockets but stopped for a moment when the other two, who were blocking our way before, got another man. When he saw us struggling and tried to escape, both of them literally picked him up and banged him right on the old dusty bed. (Exaggerated, a little. but yeah they pulled him, alright). It was during this commotion, we made our way out pushing them hard. But when I turned around, there was no "we". It was just me who made it out. Viraj was still inside, maybe having a good time talking to the ladies, maybe not. I waited out for 5 whole minutes, what felt like an eternity, calling him out and asking for help from people outside their room so that we could get the hell out in public where we were safe but none of them stepped out. A tiny guy even asked for money to help me, chutiya saala. A few minutes later, Viraj burst out. Half tangled in the curtains, half in someone's wig. He still won’t tell me what happened.
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Temple Prostitution (1998): Inside the Yellamma cult - where social climbing in the next life means selling your children into prostitution. Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For many lower-caste Indians devoting their daughters to the Hindu goddess Yellamma is the only way out of the financial difficulties involved in providing a dowry. The girls, many as young as 10, dedicate their lives to prostitution. They become Devadasis - love servants of the goddess. According to a human rights activist, around 6000 girls serve the goddess. It is illegal to dedicate children but many believe politicians are simply turning a blind eye. NGOs are trying to quash the ancient cult, but beliefs are strong. Few will stand-up to the Yellamma Priests. "The Priests rape the girls, when they have had enough of them ...they can leave the temple, but they are never accepted in society." The sad fate of a Devadasis is in Calcutta's red-light districts. They hope their service to the goddess will mean they are born into a higher caste in the next life. But for now their sacrifice means very little. In Calcutta their sexual services cost the same as a bottle of beer. For downloads and more information visit: https://www.journeyman.tv/film/457/temple-prostitution For similar stories, see: The Road To Sexual Slavery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWVdOfspE0c Inside Java's Hidden 'Islamic' Sex Festival https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLnzD42u7lU Meet Farida: Sold Into Prostitution By Her Father https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyEu7ohTciA Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Marion Mayor-Hohdahl – Ref. 0457
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www.VisionsGlobalEmpowerment.org Visions Global Empowerment ("Visions"), in partnership with the Kal Center for Special Needs (Ethiopia) and Dining for Women (USA), are proud to present this 5-part short film series highlighting the experiences of Deaf women and girls in Ethiopia. With a focus on livelihoods, this film highlights the challenges faced by Deaf women in seeking employment or generating an income to sustain themselves and their families. Filmed and produced by Round Room Image on location in Bahir Dar & Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. All rights reserved. Made possible by a generous grant from Dining for Women - "Changing the world one woman, one girl, one dinner at a time."
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One of the first groups ever featured on Profiles in Caring, C.O.E.E.F. (Children of Ethiopia Education Fund), is focused on bringing 'the gift of education' to young Ethiopian girls as well as building schools in the rural Ethiopian Bush. Over the past 5 years Profiles in Caring, has witnessed 1st hand the growth of this organization from initially 70 sponsored impoverished girls, to now exceeding 800, as well as fully funding the creation of a private school for a village whom never had access to an education. It's a heart-warming success story you won't want to miss
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Each year, rural areas lose a promising share of their workforce, as youth leave their homes and migrate to cities or move abroad in search of a better future. By addressing the links between distress migration and rural development, FAO is making a difference in Ethiopia. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | Danny Gold for Liberty Writers reports, They say you can tell a lot about a person by the way children judge them. Well, the judgements have been made and the verdict is in: Donald Trump is a winner. Near the end of his rally yesterday, as the crowd anxiously shouted “USA! USA! USA!” Trump looked out on his people and noticed something that caught his eye. Got Kids or Grandkids? They'll love our new Kids Channel: (( SUBSCRIBE )) http://bit.ly/sub-to-Banchi-Brothers See the report here: https://youtu.be/-fvtDYQ5rzE Read more: http://www.libertywritersnews.com/2016/10/moments-girl-walked-stage-trump-something-made-america-cheer/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUPPORT THE NETWORK WITH THE LINKS BELOW! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Patreon $5/mo: http://nnn.is/monthly-gift-5 Give once: http://nnn.is/one-time-gift Give BTC: 13Hd1HFqS5CDLCMcFQPWu9wumubo6X2hSM Tip Brian The Editor: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/tip-the-editor/ T-Shirt Shop: http://nnn.is/get-your-gear-here Gold buyer's strategy: http://nnn.is/free-gold-secret Teach Your Child About Liberty: http://nnn.is/1HvxU37 Learn what stocks will survive the collapse: http://nnn.is/n3-trade-genius Watch Us on Tiger Steam! http://nnn.is/GET-TIGER --- $50 off promocode: BUYTIGERSTREAM Stock Up On Survival Food Today! http://www.foodforliberty.com/nextnews Cast your vote in the Selection 2016 Poll: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/election-2016-poll/ ---------------------------------------- Send Us News Tips! ---------------------------------------- http://nextnewsnetwork.com/viewer-submitted-news/ ---------------------------------------- FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL! ---------------------------------------- http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet http://NextNewsNetwork.com Hashtag: #N3 Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness.
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"Who Knows" is the first official single from Protoje's third studio album, Pre-Order the album "Ancient Future," now on iTunes and get "Who Knows" instantly: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/who-knows-feat.-chronixx/id962614411?i=962614748 Overstand Entertainment/In.Digg.Nation Collective http://www.protoje.com Directed by Storm (@StormSaulter) Protoje (@protoje) Chronixx (@IAmChronixx) Song produced by: Winta James (@overstand_JA) Protoje online: https://www.facebook.com/protoje https://twitter.com/Protoje http://instagram.com/protoje https://soundcloud.com/protoje Sharing insight into their early conversations, which began as far back as 2010, Protoje recalled, "Chronixx and myself, from the first day we met, have talked about doing music together when the time was right. The stars have now aligned." The song is an anthem for the free spirited, unrestricted by the opinions of others and the perception of inadequacy. The video shows the day starting off with all going well, and as the day presents certain challenges, we keep moving nevertheless with a positive attitude. Behind the scenes of the "Who Knows' video: http://youtu.be/cRmdMb74bh0 Protoje & Chronixx - On meeting & the making of "Who Knows": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MleG0P-1GwY
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Investing in Boys and Girls in Ethiopia :Past, Present and Future http://www.unicef.org/ethiopia/resources_14526.html
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We celebrate the courage of women choosing sustainable options by releasing our first short documentary. The short film, narrated by Julian Lennon, features his track “Invisible” with the central message: “Know that loves surrounds you. It’s invisible.” Follow Tsega, one young woman from the countryside in Ethiopia who exercised choice against at-risk alternatives. Subscribe to our channel: bit.ly/1LJTwQU For more information about how you can get involved, visit: www.studiosamuel.org www.whitefeatherfoundation.com Studio Samuel Foundation launched in April 2012 with the mission of providing life skills to vulnerable young women in Ethiopia. Through its fair-trade product lines, Studio Samuel creates jobs and supports local artisans, and proceeds are applied to educational platforms for women and girls. Tamara Horton, FIT graduate, Women’s Campaign International Global Ambassador to Ethiopia and Board Member of Ethiopia Healthcare Network, founded Studio Samuel and spearheads design and marketing for the non-profit organization’s unique jewelry and accessories from New York City. Through its team and partner organizations in Addis Ababa, Studio Samuel maintains sourcing and production in Ethiopia. The 1Hundred Girls Impact Plan has impacted young Ethiopian women in areas including mentoring, self-defense training, occupational training, healthcare and feminine hygiene. By facilitating local relationships on the ground, rather than offering a handout, Studio Samuel is helping women break the cycle of poverty they were born into - with dignity - one woman at a time.
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