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    Southern Africa Food and Nutrition Security Working Group (FNSWG) Quarterly Bulletin – 03 June 2021 issue 01 and 02 – Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Highlights: • Average to above.average rainfall improved water crop and pasture conditions catalysing agricultural and pastoral opportunities in most parts of the region, increasing the above-average harvest in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia and parts of Mozambique. • Five out of 16 weather systems made landfall during the 2020/2021 Cyclone Season. Over 500,000 people were affected and over 219,000 fanning hectares were compromised during the last cyclone season, mostly in Mozambique, but also in Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Eswatini, Malawi, Botswana South Africa. • 1.14 million people in Madagascar are projected to be food insecure (IPC 3 or above) in April-September 2021, with an  

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    Give tuna salad a makeover with these summer-friendly recipes – Food and Dining – Brownwood Bulletin

    I’m not the world’s biggest fan of scoopable tuna salad. When canned tuna was the only option in most grocery stores, I understand why we started to mix it with mayonnaise and pickles, maybe some celery and onions, to serve on crackers or between two slices of bread, but we have more possibilities these days. You can find sushi-grade tuna in the frozen section of many grocery stores, and even canned tuna has enjoyed an upgrade in the past few decades. Now that we’re in the middle of the hottest month of the year, I wanted to share a few  

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