Bitcoin Cash being Used to Feed Children in South Sudan
South Sudan has extremely fertile land. 75% of the land is suitable for agriculture. But only 4% is being cultivated by mostly small sustenance farmers. And the war only exacerbated the issue. But one social entrepreneur has found a way to maximize the amount of food he is able to donate to those most in need. KWQC’s Sarah Jones met with a social entrepreneur in Juba while on her reporting fellowship with the International Women’s Media Foundation. Emmanuel Lobijo uses bitcoin to feed thousands of children in his local community and in internally displaced people camps.
September 6, 2018
Written, Produced and Edited by Sarah Jones
Shot by Samir Bol and Sam Lukudu