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Right to Food - Human Rights Violations in the resettled communities of Cateme, Mozambique. PART 1: FOOD

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Do you eat organic, locally grown food?

Yes, always - 0%
I try to whenever they are available - 66.7%
No, it is much more expensive - 33.3%
No, I don’t think it matters - 0%

Total votes: 3
The voting for this poll has ended on: 04 Dec 2013 - 17:41

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