Her Land. Her Rights
Imagine a world where vast stretches of fertile land transform into desolate wastelands, where once vibrant ecosystems surrender to decay, and where the essential resources that support life diminish right in front of us. This alarming reality is becoming increasingly familiar as land degradation and desertification arise as urgent environmental challenges demanding our immediate attention.

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