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To Stem Migrant Flow, Tanzania Offers Climate-stressed Farmers Loans

Agriculture is the backbone of the Tanzanian economy, providing jobs for over 70 percent of the population and accounting for 25 percent of GDP and 34 percent of export earnings, the government says.

To Stem Migrant Flow, Tanzania Offers Climate-stressed Farmers Loans
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