Meet Bella Galhos, a human rights activist who fought for Timor-Leste’s independence. Now, she tries to create a better, more sustainable future for Asia’s youngest and poorest country. Filmmaker Simon Reichel highlights Galhos’ latest project, Leublora Green Village, a women’s organic farming cooperative in Mana Bella.
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Meet the Woman Reviving One of Asia’s Poorest Countries | Short Film Showcase