Drought in Mauritania has devastated cropland. WFP/Jacque Seeley
In some countries across the Sahel the end of the lean season heralded a period of steady rainfall. Not so in Mauritania, where households are still struggling to cope with the effects of the drought, which has reduced farmers’ crop yield and increased the price of food on local markets.
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