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FrontLines Podcast: In Mozambique Food is for Peace, and Much More.

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Uploaded on May 4, 2011

In January of 2011 FrontLines Editor Kelly Ramundo traveled to Southern Africa to report on the impact and evolution of the Food for Peace Program in Mozambique. What began as food distribution in response to a crisis is today supporting a wide array of development goals. With the needs changing on the ground, the historic Food for Peace program has proven to be an extremely versatile development tool in rural Mozambique. Podcast written and narrated by Kelly Ramundo, Produced by Jesse Thomas.

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