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Indian women take the lead on sustainable agriculture

By Jack Fereday

In India, over 12,000 farmers have committed suicide each year since 2013, due to long periods of drought and chronic debt. But in some rural communities, women are now taking the lead, and developing more sustainable forms of agriculture. Jack Fereday brings us this report from Maharashtra.

Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt5: Migration takes its toll on Darfuri refugees

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Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt2: Chadians in Darfur finally return home

Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt1: The challenges of living in Djabal refugee camp

Remembering those who died under Nazi Germany through memorial cobblestones

Infanticide in Senegal persists despite efforts to tackle the causes Pt.2

Infanticide in Senegal persists despite efforts to tackle the causes Pt.1

French Metis Festival gives South African jazz singer Thandiswa Mazwai a platform, Pt. 2

French Metis Festival gives South African jazz singer Thandiswa Mazwai a platform, Pt. 1

Ramadan, both a holy and expensive month in Senegal's capital