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Rains in Kindo Koysha, Ethiopia: Predictably unpredictable
Apr 30, 2018

Nearly one year ago, my colleague Martin De Vries& nbsp;described the first rains of 2017& nbsp;to fall on the desperately drought-affected district of Kindo Koysha in southern Ethiopia. The occasion was joyous but all too short-lived. As Martin concluded then: & ldquo;Has the drought ended? Not by a long way.& rdquo; I arrived in Ethiopia three months later to find incredibly resilient people coping with varying degrees of recurrent drought in their regular ways; ways unfathomable to most of us in Canada.

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