In one village , survival is linked to forest conservation

WHEN Jamila Sallimu chikunda found out she was pregnant with her child in 2015, her joy quickly turned to anxiety.

Chikunda ‘s family was struggling to make ends meet and she didn’t know how they would afford to pay for the delivery and costs associated with the pregnancy

IN Tanzania , expectant mothers need to pay for a birth kit made up of latex gloves, plastics sheeting ,soap ,blades and umbilical ties that costs up to $ is a big expense for farming families like chikundas who only makes an annual income of $400-600. READ MORE

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