Agricultores aficionados siembran las semillas de la seguridad alimentaria en Ghana

Agricultores aficionados siembran las semillas de la seguridad alimentaria en Ghana

Ghana depende en gran medida de la importación de alimentos. Con la pandemia y el aumento de los precios, la situación ha empeorado. Una organización enseña a mujeres a cultivar vegetales para aliviar la tensión.
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