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How to Survive in African Wilderness : How to Avoid Unsafe Water & Food in Africa

How to Survive in African Wilderness : How to Avoid Unsafe Water & Food in Africa

Jambo, that means hello and you’ll definitely want to know that if you’re traveling to Africa. My name is Melissa Schenk on behalf of Expert Village. Today we’re going to talk about some things you’ll want to know before traveling to Africa and also how to survive in the African Wilderness. In this clip now …

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“We are eating grass because there is no food.” – South Sudan | UNICEF

“We are eating grass because there is no food.” – South Sudan | UNICEF

Everyday, when Nyabel Wal thinks of preparing food for her family of five, she has only one option: to harvest the wild grass that grows near her home, known locally as ‘woor’. The plant grows virtually everywhere in South Sudan, and it is believed to be the only weed holding the deteriorating lives of thousands …

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How we’re using DNA tech to help farmers fight crop diseases | Laura Boykin

How we’re using DNA tech to help farmers fight crop diseases | Laura Boykin

I get out of bed for two reasons. One, small-scale family farmers need more food. It’s crazy that in 2019 farmers that feed us are hungry. And two, science needs to be more diverse and inclusive. If we’re going to solve the toughest challenges on the planet, like food insecurity for the millions living in …

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Blood Diamonds and Religious War In The Central African Republic

Blood Diamonds and Religious War In The Central African Republic

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