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Thursday, May 4, 2017
Soil erosion in Tanzania – in pictures
The Jali Ardhi, or ‘care for the land’
project, studies the impact of soil erosion on Maasai communities and their
grazing lands. Photojournalist Carey Marks captures the changing landscape, its
people – and the challenges they face.. Over the last 10 years, the Tanzanian
Maasai landscape has witnessed a dramatic increase in soil erosion
with almost total destruction of soil in many areas used for grazing of