“Metsi A Rona” (“Our Water”) featuring members of the Tlokoeng village community in northern Lesotho. A song produced in April 2018 to share true stories of water challenges faced by the village in the era of Climate Change.
Recent years have been very difficult for Lesotho, as a result of an extended drought that was capped off this year by unprecedented hailstorms and rains. This led to damaged crops and injured livestock, severe flooding and erosion, and even cars being washed off the road. In this production, people living in rural Tlokoeng tell their own stories their own way, using Famo music, an energetic genre endemic to the Kingdom of Lesotho.
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