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Arid Niger a 'model for Africa' as desert blooms
by Thin Lei Win
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
14 September 2018
On 14 September 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Grappling with desert conditions, insurgency, and decades of political instability, Niger has long struggled to feed its rapidly growing population. But experts say efforts to change that are bearing fruit -- and may even be a model for the region. Boukari Lawali's farm was transformed using an ancient technique that involves digging half moon-shaped trenches to allow rain to soak into the soil during the wet season instead of running off the hard-baked surface. The simple technique is helping to restore land that was once fertile but has been degraded by erosion, deforestation, overgrazing, and climate change.
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