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Ghana's farmers arm against freak weather with crop insurance

"I felt like nobody when I did not have crop insurance. But now I feel like somebody." Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kagondu Njagi

David Njagi

Freelance Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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