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Ethiopian migrant brings the Italian hills alive with the sound of goats
by Alessandro Bianchi
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20 July 2018
On 20 July 2018 Reuters reported:
Agitu Idea Gudeta has built up a thriving business in her adopted Italy making goat's cheese and beauty products in just a few years since fleeing her native Ethiopia in 2010 over a land dispute. Her experience is a shining example of what migrants can achieve, given half a chance.
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Gudeta escaped from her home town of Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, after her protests against so-called 'land-grabbing' -- whereby huge swathes of farmland were sold to foreign investors -- raised the ire of the local authorities.
Ironically, in Italy she was able to use common land in the northern mountains to build her new enterprise, taking advantage of permits that give farmers access to public land to prevent local territory from being reclaimed by wild nature.
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