Recently, one of the small surviving pieces of an epic sub-Saharan forest was declared a World Heritage Site to protect the world’s remaining 750 mountain gorillas. But little known to most of the world was that this area was also the home to the Batwa Pygmies (one of the aboriginal African tribes). These people were evicted and promised compensation in the form of land, money, and community votes – but in reality the received none of these. However, hope came ten years later in the form of a California doctor and his wife who found them with a 38% under-five death rate (basically, they were going extinct). This Dr. Kellermann, in the year 2000, decided to build a medical clinic to help the Batwa people. We invite you to explore how the Batwa’s lives have changed, the help Dr. Kellermann brought to them, and the majestic mountain gorilla – all on location in the beautiful Bwindi Impenetrable Forest of Uganda.