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写真 | 2018年 07月 21日 03:00 JST

Ethiopian migrant brings Italian hills alive with the sound of goats

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.

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Agitu Idea Gudeta has built up a thriving business in her adopted Italy making goat's cheese and beauty producmore

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. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchiethiopia
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Mochena goats nuzzles up to Gudeta at her stable. Her experience is a shining example of what migrants can achieve, given half a chance, though Gudeta fears growing hostility to newcomers in Italy will make it harder for outsiders to contribute in the future.

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Mochena goats nuzzles up to Gudeta at her stable. Her experience is a shining example of what migrants can achmore

Mochena goats nuzzles up to Gudeta at her stable. Her experience is a shining example of what migrants can achieve, given half a chance, though Gudeta fears growing hostility to newcomers in Italy will make it harder for outsiders to contribute in the future. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Goats eat at Gudeta's stable. "I created my space and made myself known, there was no resistance to me," she told Reuters. "But (the experience) of those who are coming now ... is obviously being conditioned by ideologies based on lies that can create fear and resistance."

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Goats eat at Gudeta's stable. "I created my space and made myself known, there was no resistance to me," she tmore

Goats eat at Gudeta's stable. "I created my space and made myself known, there was no resistance to me," she told Reuters. "But (the experience) of those who are coming now ... is obviously being conditioned by ideologies based on lies that can create fear and resistance." REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Agitu Idea Gudeta talks on her mobile phone as she chooses a goat milk cheese for a client at her dairy farm. Gudeta, 40, has made her home in the mountains of the Trentino region in Valle dei Mocheni, a stronghold of the far-right League party, which is led by Matteo Salvini, Italy's new hardline interior minister. Some opinion polls say the League is now Italy's most popular party, its support fueled by its uncompromising stance against the arrival of more than 650,000 migrants, many from sub-Saharan Africa, over the past five years.

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Agitu Idea Gudeta talks on her mobile phone as she chooses a goat milk cheese for a client at her dairy farm. more

Agitu Idea Gudeta talks on her mobile phone as she chooses a goat milk cheese for a client at her dairy farm. Gudeta, 40, has made her home in the mountains of the Trentino region in Valle dei Mocheni, a stronghold of the far-right League party, which is led by Matteo Salvini, Italy's new hardline interior minister. Some opinion polls say the League is now Italy's most popular party, its support fueled by its uncompromising stance against the arrival of more than 650,000 migrants, many from sub-Saharan Africa, over the past five years. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Gudeta touches a Mochena goat at her farm. 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.

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Gudeta touches a Mochena goat at her farm. Gudeta escaped from her home town of Addis Ababa, the capital of Etmore

Gudeta touches a Mochena goat at her farm. 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. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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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. "While I was holding down another job, I started to recover the land and animals, starting off with 15 goats. Today I have 180 goats," she said.

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Ironically, in Italy she was able to use common land in the northern mountains to build her new enterprise, tamore

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. "While I was holding down another job, I started to recover the land and animals, starting off with 15 goats. Today I have 180 goats," she said. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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She employs a fellow-migrant to help out at her business, La Capra Felice (The Happy Goat), and is looking to hire two more people, who will almost certainly also be foreigners. Italians, she said, struggle to keep up with the grueling work day, with milking starting at 5.00 a.m., followed by long hikes through the mountain pastures. "The refugees fit this job better, because it is very tiring," she said. "Someone who has crossed the desert, crossed the sea, has physical resilience and also the motivation to redeem themselves."

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She employs a fellow-migrant to help out at her business, La Capra Felice (The Happy Goat), and is looking to more

She employs a fellow-migrant to help out at her business, La Capra Felice (The Happy Goat), and is looking to hire two more people, who will almost certainly also be foreigners. Italians, she said, struggle to keep up with the grueling work day, with milking starting at 5.00 a.m., followed by long hikes through the mountain pastures. "The refugees fit this job better, because it is very tiring," she said. "Someone who has crossed the desert, crossed the sea, has physical resilience and also the motivation to redeem themselves." REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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A Mochena goat eats from a tree. The secret was to try to draw the best out of everyone. "Once (migrants) are on our territory, we should not constantly look to marginalize them. This is negative and counterproductive," she said.

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A Mochena goat eats from a tree. The secret was to try to draw the best out of everyone. "Once (migrants) are more

A Mochena goat eats from a tree. The secret was to try to draw the best out of everyone. "Once (migrants) are on our territory, we should not constantly look to marginalize them. This is negative and counterproductive," she said. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Gudeta speaks with a local resident at the Valle dei Mocheni near Trento. Interior Minister Salvini complains that Italy has taken in too many migrants and has accused European Union allies of doing nothing to share the burden by refusing to distribute asylum-seekers evenly around the continent.

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Gudeta speaks with a local resident at the Valle dei Mocheni near Trento. Interior Minister Salvini complains more

Gudeta speaks with a local resident at the Valle dei Mocheni near Trento. Interior Minister Salvini complains that Italy has taken in too many migrants and has accused European Union allies of doing nothing to share the burden by refusing to distribute asylum-seekers evenly around the continent. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Gudeta works on a goat milk cheese at her dairy farm. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Gudeta works on a goat milk cheese at her dairy farm. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Gudeta works on a goat milk cheese at her dairy farm. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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A Mochena goat nuzzles up to Agitu Idea Gudeta at her stable. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

A Mochena goat nuzzles up to Agitu Idea Gudeta at her stable. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

A Mochena goat nuzzles up to Agitu Idea Gudeta at her stable. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Agitu Idea Gudeta sells her cheese at the street market in Trento, Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Agitu Idea Gudeta sells her cheese at the street market in Trento, Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Agitu Idea Gudeta sells her cheese at the street market in Trento, Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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A Mochena goat is seen at the Agitu Idea Gudeta's stable in Valle dei Mocheni near Trento, Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

A Mochena goat is seen at the Agitu Idea Gudeta's stable in Valle dei Mocheni near Trento, Italy. REUTERS/Alesmore

A Mochena goat is seen at the Agitu Idea Gudeta's stable in Valle dei Mocheni near Trento, Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Agitu Idea Gudeta uses her mobile phone as she follows her goat herd through the mountain at Valle dei Mocheni. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Agitu Idea Gudeta uses her mobile phone as she follows her goat herd through the mountain at Valle dei Mochenimore

Agitu Idea Gudeta uses her mobile phone as she follows her goat herd through the mountain at Valle dei Mocheni. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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A goat is seen at the mountain at Valle dei Mocheni. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

A goat is seen at the mountain at Valle dei Mocheni. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

A goat is seen at the mountain at Valle dei Mocheni. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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