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This app is preparing Kenya's herders for extreme weather

A health worker in Laisamis shows a woman how to receive weather alerts through the myAnga app. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kagondu Njagi

Kagondu Njagi

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image of Kaltuma Milkalkona showing two young men how to use the myAnga in Merille village, Kenya
Kaltuma Milkalkona shows two young men how to use the myAnga app in Merille village, Kenya. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kagondu Njagi
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