Climate change: Over one million Tanzanians face starvation, crops are failing
FIFTY-year-old Pusindawa Ndaskoi starts his day feeling weary and hungry. But coming out of his hut, he puts on a brave face and scans the blue sky that apparently promises nothing better than the previous day. It is another day of scorching sun. As columns of whirlwind blow past his compound in succession, raising dust across the empty, dry fields of Meserani Bwawani Village in northern Tanzania’s Monduli District, Ndaskoi feels even more dejected and miserable...
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