In southern Chad, the ‘abandoned’ cotton farmers’s struggle

Kagtaou (Chad) (AFP) – For decades, cotton has sustained southern Chad. But the prized crop is now under threat as cotton farmers are struck by climate change and conflict with herders. In Kagtaou, some say they have been “abandoned” by the government and are now pinning their hopes on the presidential candidate Succes Masra in the May 6 election.


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