Ruth Bamago's Struggle
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Ruth Bamago's Struggle

The global food crisis has deeply affected women like Ruth Bamago, who lives in the village of Louda in Burkina Faso. She eats only after her entire family is finished, and says she has been losing weight over the past year.Video: Kevin Sullivan/The Washington PostEditor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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