The concerts attracted the Baka from the area and after the music we showed films. These films were mainly in the Baka language and were designed to encourage people to talk about their problems, dreams and experiences on camera. We were therefore able to collect 1st hand testimonies from the Baka themselves so that people can learn what the Baka themselves think.
You can read the diary of the pilot tour HERE
The tour had an impact far greater than we could have imagined. The only criticism was that we didn’t go to enough communities.
So in December 2015 we organised a second tour and went to 10 communities in the East and South regions of Cameroon. More Baka voices were collected and a film of the tour is being made.
You can be part of this project by helping to finance the film….
You can also help by buying the Baka’s music – all their royalties go to the communities via the charity Global Music Exchange
More Baka music at march-hare-music.com