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App for all seasons could dampen effects of climate change in Mozambique
by Kate Hodal
The Guardian Translate This Article
28 December 2016
On 28 December 2016 The Guardian reported:
A smartphone app that helps rural communities to harvest rainwater could mitigate some of the huge problems caused by flooding and drought. Mozambique generally has two seasons: wet and dry. When it rains, it can flood; when rainfall is scarce, crops dry up. Civil engineer Aline Okello saw how this pattern affected local farmers, who see their crops flooded year after year only to lose out again come the next big drought. So she decided to help.
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