Bolivia’s indigenous women cope with climate change

by Sanne Derks

  With her son playing next to her, Juanita Terrazas uses natural herbicides to protect the crops in her vegetable garden. The NGO Belgian Solidagro helps finance projects in her community. [Sanne Derks/Al Jazeera]

Women in Bolivia must adapt to climate change as they work to feed their families throughout the year

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