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Climate change is affecting agrarian migrant livelihoods in Ghana. This is how

By Jemima Nomunume Baada, PhD Candidate, Women's Studies and Feminist Research, Western University
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how people in parts of the world most affected by climate change are also at higher risk of getting sick and dying of the disease. Access to water and nutritious foods is vital to fighting COVID-19. But in many African countries, access to food and water is deeply influenced by climate change.

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