No revolution for Egypt's rural farmers


Egypt's agricultural sector has seen little change for decades.

Despite pledges after the country's revolution to make life better and to modernise the industry, there are complaints that nothing has changed.

Agriculture employs around one third of Egypt's population.

Simon Atkinson returns to the farmers he met a year ago, in 2012, to see if they are any more optimistic about the future.

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