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4 June 2019, Meiganga, Cameroon: Nouhou Rafiatou and her son Hamadou work a field near the Ngam refugee camp. Rafiatou is part of a group of CAR refugees trained by the Lutheran World Federation in modern farming techniques. By keeping a strict ratio of how many seeds to sow per hectare, and by sowing Cassava and Groundnut together, they are able to both increase harvests and retain soil fertility over a longer time. Supported by the Lutheran World Federation, the Ngam refugee camp, located in the Meiganga municipality, Adamaoua region of Cameroon, hosts 7,228 refugees from the Central African Republic, across 2,088 households.
- Albin Hillert
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