Surviving drought after drought in southern Madagascar

Left: Vola handles her cassava stock sparingly. Photo: (WFP/ Tombontsoa Anjarafomenjanahary) Right: Vola Berthine and her family in front of their house in the village of Sarisambo, southern Madagascar (WFP/ Tombontsoa Anjarafomenjanahary)
Left: Vola turns to selling cakes and cups of coffee (WFP/ Tombontsoa Anjarafomenjanahary) Right: Vola receiving cash assistance (WFP/ Tombontsoa Anjarafomenjanahary)

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