The film trailer, by award winning Australian filmmaker Gary Caganoff, portrays the lives of the hardest hit, the widows and orphans, who number in tens of thousands, following two remarkable Australian women; humanitarian, Mahboba Rawi, and internationally recognised permaculturalist Rosemary Morrow, who offer alternatives to the 'reconstruction' efforts that have not worked. Through these two remarkable women Caganoff elicits stories and images of Afghanistan rarely seen before. Neither sentimental nor sensational the film is remarkable, reaching into the depths and complexities of war torn Afghanistan. The questions that arise for people after seeing the film are 'how can I help? What can I do?' This site is aimed at answering those questions and creating an active and empowered community that is able to create real dialogue and take action around the issues of war and peace. Full length feature available from http://www.green-shopping.co.uk/
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