Wavumba (They who smell of fish) 2012 Tribeca Film Festival Best New Documentary Director - Jeroen van Velzen (Netherlands) “A modern day ‘Old Man and the Sea’ tale, set off the coast of Kenya, this lyrical film depicts the story of Masoud, a legend of shark fishing who, along with his young protégé, strives to end his days with one last grand catch."
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An old man walked down a beach just before dawn. He saw a young man picking up stranded starfish and throwing them back into the sea. The old man asked "Why do you spend energy doing what seems to be a waste of time?" The young man said the starfish would die in the sun. "But there are so many beaches & millions of starfish. How can your efforts make any difference?" The young man looked down at the starfish in his hand, threw it to safety in the sea, & said "It makes a difference to this one!"
Some of the statistics on Malaria are shocking, for example did you know that Malaria claims 1,600 lives every day in Africa and that it is a leading cause of child mortality across the continent? Malaria affects 99 countries across the globe but in the last decade distribution of nets and sprays have helped to save hundreds of millions of people, Malaria is an entirely preventable and curable disease.