Fighting For Freedom: Sometimes Doing The Right Thing Ain't Doing The Right Thing
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Pitted against the greed and lawlessness of the hierarchy of a rural African village, a young Australian devotes himself to saving the poverty-stricken families. Inspired by his love for a local, Jake remains close to those in desperate need of help despite fighting for his own freedom and safety. But the experience blurs his once unwavering ethics as he questions what is morally right and wrong. More
When Jake Combe stumbles upon the corruption and exploitation of an uneducated and impoverished community of a remote Tanzanian village, he is compelled to find a way to help the struggling families. But he soon finds himself at the centre of a turf war over the freedom of the children, as he fights for his own safety – battling death threats, imprisonment and debilitating health crises. Inspired by his love for a young local woman, he begins to question what is important to him and the lengths he is willing to go, in an effort to offer what he feels is right. As a result, his once strongly held ethics are challenged and begin to blur between what is morally right and wrong.
Offering an intriguing insight into the problems that continue to plague the developing world, this incredible true story is testament that despite our best efforts, not all stories will finish with a happy ending.