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Mauritanian Refugees Adopt Farming Project in Senegal

An innovative farming project in northern Senegal is helping Mauritanian refugees grow more food and better integrate into Senegalese society.

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Children and women inside the garden at the Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)
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Children and women inside the garden at the Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)

Mariema Niang stands in her garden at Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)
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Mariema Niang stands in her garden at Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)

Vegetables harvested at the Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)
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Vegetables harvested at the Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)

Gates at the Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp is secured, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)
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Gates at the Wendou Bosseabe refugee camp is secured, Senegal, October 26, 2011. (VOA - A. Fortier)

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