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Cameroon farmers spice up earnings with forest-friendly foods

A woman farmer shows off samples of her bottled liquid pepper in Mbalmayo, Cameroon, January 22, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Elias Ntungwe Ngalame

Elias Ntungwe Ngalame

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A spice-grinding machine provided to a group of women farmers by the government is pictured in Mbalmayo, Cameroon, January 22, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Elias Ntungwe Ngalame
The Mas Provence Spice Enterprise displays a variety of processed herbs and spices at a government-sponsored trade exhibition in Yaounde, Cameroon, February 20, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Elias Ntungwe Ngalame

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