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- Endowed Scholar Researches Link Between Crop Toxins and African Children’s Nutrition
- A Hero to African Wildlife and Children
Arriving in Mozambique, a southern African country on the coast of the Indian Ocean, Amy Byrne contemplated the images of daily life in this coastal southern African country. “What struck me most,” she said, “was the presence everywhere of people on the move, usually on foot, throughout the country. There were people carrying food, women carrying children, and so many different kinds of food.” Bryne was in Africa to begin a study of crop toxins on children’s nutrition. Read her story.
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