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Opinion | BY STEPHANIE MCDONALD | August 16, 2018
Meseret Addise, Yirse Dessele, and Abehaw Gobez stand in a protected gully in northern Ethiopia. This area has seen five hectares of gullies formed in the community every year, equivalent to more than seven soccer fields’ worth of land being lost. John Longhurst photograph courtesy of Canadian Foodgrains Bank
Opinion | BY STEPHANIE MCDONALD | August 16, 2018
Opinion | BY STEPHANIE MCDONALD | August 16, 2018
Meseret Addise, Yirse Dessele, and Abehaw Gobez stand in a protected gully in northern Ethiopia. This area has seen five hectares of gullies formed in the community every year, equivalent to more than seven soccer fields’ worth of land being lost. John Longhurst photograph courtesy of Canadian Foodgrains Bank
News | BY STEPHANIE MCDONALD | April 19, 2017
Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu in 2015. Least developed countries need all the resources they can get to prepare for natural disasters that appear to be becoming more common as the climate changes. Photograph courtesy of Graham Crumb
News | BY STEPHANIE MCDONALD | April 19, 2017
News | BY STEPHANIE MCDONALD | April 19, 2017
Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu in 2015. Least developed countries need all the resources they can get to prepare for natural disasters that appear to be becoming more common as the climate changes. Photograph courtesy of Graham Crumb
Opinion | BY DANA STEFOV, STEPHANIE MCDONALD | October 26, 2016
A farmer harvests rice by hand in 2009 in Timor-Leste. More than 70 per cent of the world's hungry people are farmers, write Stephanie McDonald and Dana Stefov. UN photograph by Martine Perret
Opinion | BY DANA STEFOV, STEPHANIE MCDONALD | October 26, 2016
Opinion | BY DANA STEFOV, STEPHANIE MCDONALD | October 26, 2016
A farmer harvests rice by hand in 2009 in Timor-Leste. More than 70 per cent of the world's hungry people are farmers, write Stephanie McDonald and Dana Stefov. UN photograph by Martine Perret