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Tsetse control to fight hunger in Ethiopia

A combination of drought and trypanosomiasis, both prevalent throughout the plains of Benshangul Gumuz, in Ethiopia, had wiped out the livestock of many smallscale farmers. But after attending training to learn about eco-friendly farming and livestock practices, many farmers have turned their farms around.
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