How water is helping to end 'the first climate change war'

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A pioneering irrigation project in North Darfur is bringing people together again

In the arid lands that have seen one of the most brutal wars of the 21st century so far, green shoots of peace may finally be appearing. In the hot Darfur fields farmed by Adam Ali Mohammed, these green shoots are alternating rows of lentils and melons.

“We tried lentils before, but there was not enough water,” the farmer says.

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