No such thing as a free lunch

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Migration and conflict over sparse resources are already on the rise, and if current trends continue, hunger and poverty are likely to become more widespread.
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Before we used to get some good rains that enabled us to get enough food but in the recent years it has been gradually decreasing and we are now not able to get enough food, even though we put efforts in farming.

Joseph Kilonzo, Mumbuka self-help grou, southeast Kenya

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