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TC Media – Guardian Charlottetown – Thursday, 04 June 2014 (originally published 02 Jun)
For women in eastern Kenya, a screen around their garden is helping to make life better.
The women started to grow more appropriate varieties of maize and beans that matured in a shorter season and with less rain.
Farmers Helping Farmers also provided a number of women with access to an individual screen house or a shared greenhouse, shared by four women . . .