Group creates animations to teach farming, food storage, women’s empowerment

Julia Bello BravoA group called Scientific Animations Without Borders is creating animations to teach people around the world about agriculture, women’s empowerment and disease.

They cover topics as diverse as  tuberculosis, food storage, drip irrigation. Volunteers translate them into many languages, so people for countries as diverse as China and Mali can understand them.

Julia Bello Bravo is the co-director and co-founder of Scientific Animations Without Borders, she talked about how these animations are making an impact on food systems around the globe.

Listen to the podcast here.

Audio from some of the animated videos was used in this podcast. If you want to watch these animations and more, go to http://sawbo-illinois4.org/videos

Julia Bello Bravo. (Image taken by Cheyna Roth)

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