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Farmers work together to beat drought
Farming in Rwanda is undergoing an overhaul to combat the effects of climate change. Currently up to 40 percent of harvests are lost due to erratic weather - and as Katie Gregory reports - if these losses are allowed to go on, it could end up costing the industry up to 300 million dollars a year.
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