Zambia: Beyond the Fields – Unraveling Zambia’s Drought Crisis and the Urgent Call for Climate-Health Solutions

Lusaka — For most families in Zambia, April is traditionally a month of plenty–it is typically the beginning of a harvest season for various food and cash crops. Both fresh and dried maize, groundnuts, pumpkins, and a whole variety of both traditional and exotic food crops are usually in full supply and readily available for consumption, supporting household food security and nutrition.

Similarly, during this period, most families’ income levels tend to be high and sound, supportive of family…


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