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In Senegal a series of bad harvests mean the government and international organisations have been forced into distributing food aid. The aid helps farmers during lean times, but what people really want is an agricultural policy that actually works. Our correspondents travelled to the southern region of Casamance - it's the country's most fertile land but plagued by a conflict spanning over three decades.

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