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TVM / FirstLady Isaura Nyusi photographed during her visit to Hungo Municipal School in Yokohama, Japan
It is the belief of the Wife of the President of the Republic that increasing agricultural production and productivity in primary schools, especially in the initial classes, may help reduce chronic undernutrition rates that affect most children in various regions of the country.
Isaura Nyusi reaped the experience after a visit to Hungo Municipal School in Yokohama, Japan.
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