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Conflict, Coffee Farmers, and the Nobel Peace Prize

Conflict, Coffee Farmers, and the Nobel Peace Prize

Update: 2018-12-11
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In conflict zones around the world, sexual violence is a tool of power and intimidation. 2018 Nobel Prize laureate Dr. Denis Mukwege, founder of the Panzi Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo, works tirelessly for the physical and emotional healing of survivors. But what does this have to do with food? And how can people in the US help? In this episode, Beth Ann Caspersen provides an overview of decades of conflict in the DRC, explains how the Congo Coffee Project helps survivors of rape and violence move on with their lives, and provides ways for listeners to get involved.

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Conflict, Coffee Farmers, and the Nobel Peace Prize

Conflict, Coffee Farmers, and the Nobel Peace Prize

Beth Ann Caspersen of the Congo Coffee Project