Mothers are vital to Democratic Republic of the Congo food security

by Susan Kim

Over the past few decades, the area has been stricken with many crises, including civil war that led to widespread displacement, coupled with a high rate of HIV infection and sexual violence. Once a commercial hub, Kamina was home to many businesses that were forced to close. As increasing numbers of people faced malnutrition, gaining access to the area was difficult.

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