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SPECIAL REPORT: Women farmers respond to climate change using alternative cultivation methods

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By Titilope FADARE


REDUCED rainfall and herders’ invasion of farms, both directly or indirectly linked to climate change, are forcing women farmers to adopt changes in Nasarawa.

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