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On Higher Ground

Floods in the Zambese River, which run through Zambia, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique in Southern Africa, are not uncommon. In 2001, more than 800 people died in Mozambique as the rivers in southern part of the country flooded. Since then, people living near the river, where the land is most fertile, have to live with the fear of seasonal floods almost every year. Some have had to abandon their homes as often as four times in the last seven years and...
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