Zambia: Beyond the Fields – Unraveling Zambia’s Drought Crisis and the Urgent Call for Climate-Health Solutions

[IPS] Lusaka — For most families in Zambia, April is traditionally a month of plenty–it is typically the beginning of a harvest season for various food and cash crops. Both fresh and dried maize, groundnuts, pumpkins, and a whole variety of both traditional and exotic food crops are usually in full supply and readily available for consumption, supporting household food security and nutrition. 

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