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Emily takes us through the food distribution programme and the long-term benefits provided to the families and individuals who have increased food security. SEED Madagascar currently works with 15 different community centres and provides relief for families in Southeast Madagascar.
Bugs and the Beanstalk; the magic of edible insect farming in southeast Madagascar
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