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Why farmers in northern Bangladesh are turning to corn for food security

Pictured is farmer Hassan Ali, who used to work as a rickshaw puller, cultivating maize in his field in Lalmonirhat, northern Bangladesh Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain

Mosabber Hossain

Journalist, Daily Prothom Alo

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Maize fields in Lalmonirhat, northern Bangladesh. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain
Bulbuli Begum works in the maize fields at Lalmonirhat, northern Bangladesh. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain
In a photo taken by drone, workers separate corn from the plant in Lalmonirhat, northern Bangladesh. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain
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