Most Africans have no more contact with famine and war than we do. Villagers all over the continent are quietly making ends meet, seeking to make as good a life as possible for themselves and their families. Chris Brazier returns to a village in Burkina Faso he visited 10 years ago to see how people’s lives have changed. How have htey been affected by another decade of ‘development’?
June 1995, Issue 268