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How Human Faeces Doubled Kenyan Farmer's Output

Not only can feed from human poo double farm output, it's greener and produces healthier output for consumers. It could be the key to solving Africa's food and sanitation challenges.

How Human Faeces Doubled Kenyan Farmer's Output
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