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Here's how female entrepreneurs are helping farmers feed Latin America

Women entrepreneurs are working to boost small-scale and organic farming. Image: Unsplash/Nadine Marfurt

Fabio Teixeira

Slavery and Trafficking Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Anastasia Moloney

Latin America and Caribbean Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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