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Grootvlei, Snake Park, an impoverished suburb on the fringe of one of the biggest mine dumps in Soweto, Johannesburg. Poor people have been hit hardest by the fallout of COVID-19. Mujahid Safodien/AFP via Getty Images

Who has been hit hardest by South Africa’s lockdown? We found some answers

The net effect is that the shocks are most severe on poorer, more vulnerable households.
COVID-19 mitigation could open new opportunities for agroecological innovation, here a multifunctional landscape in Ethiopia. Michael Hauser (ICRISAT)

COVID-19 recovery is a chance to improve the African food system

It's time to redesign food systems that deliver healthy foods, allow farming families to make a good living, and support thriving societies.
Di bawah terik matahari dan turunnya hujan, ikan yang merupakan komoditi pangan yang mudah rusak, harus melalui jarak yang jauh untuk mencapai titik penjualan. www.shutterstock.com

Manajemen perikanan yang buruk rugikan Indonesia Rp 104 triliun per tahun. Berikut cara mengatasinya

Mengatur dan mengawasi jumlah ikan yang terbuang dan hilang bukanlah perkara mudah. Namun, kerja keras ini setimpal demi menghemat Rp 104 triliun setiap tahunnya untuk kesejahteraan seluruh rakyat Indonesia.
The Koka Reservoir in Ethiopia. Steps have been taken to reduce malaria infections without sacrificing the primary purposes of the dam. David Stanley/Flickr

How building new dams is adding to Africa’s malaria burden

The construction of dams in Africa, in some cases, bring an unintended consequence – an increase in malaria in the surrounding areas.

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