What choices have you made today? Maybe, how to spend your time? What to eat? Which style of coffee to drink; cappuccino, flat white, espresso? We make a myriad of choices every day and we take the freedom for granted, even if sometimes we have to make difficult choices.
But how does it feel to have no choice at all?
Imagine for a moment what it must be like to face a situation where due to drought or famine you feel you have no choice but to move geographically or ask a family member to do so. Imagine if that family member is a young person, a child possibly as young as eight years of age.
This was the scenario that the community in Sefi Beret faced in 2016 after the famine.