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Darfur: Displaced families returning home find help rebuilding their lives

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In the village of Btoata in western Darfur, Jamiya has found a sustainable way to store her family’s newly harvested crops after returning home from years of displacement. She uses a dabanga, which is a large storage vessel used to preserve food. In the nearby village of Shushta, Ashta has started using the milk from her recently expanded herd of goats to produce yogurt and cheese, diversifying her agricultural output and her family’s food supply.

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