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Deutsch: Bewässerung eines Salatfeldes in der Präfektur Ouham Zentralafrikanischen Republik. Die humanitäre Krise in der Zentralafrikanischen Republik hat die in der landwirtschaft tätigen 74% der Bevölkerung vor große Schwierigkeiten gestellt.
English: Boston lettuce plantation in northern CAR. The humanitarian crisis striking CAR has put the 74 percent of the population working in the Agricultural sector in great difficulty.
Date 1 February 2008, 00:00
Source Watering the lettuce
  • Credits: Jean-Francois Dontaine for FAO -

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