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3 innovators in Africa growing food as a force for good

Women sowing seeds in the Sahel to begin the building of the Great Green Wall. Image: Great Green Wall

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Innovators across Africa are supporting the UN's Great Green Wall Initiative to regreen a vast areas of land across the continent's Sahel region. Image: Great Green Wall

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