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This 13-year-old boy says 'world leaders should act on climate change’

SBS Saturday, 18 January 2020
A youth leader at his school, 13-year-old Tatenda only eats one meal a day because of failed harvests. He says world leaders should act on climate change because of the impact of increasingly frequent and severe drought on his community. This is part of a series of stories covering southern Africa’s drought emergency and was originally produced for World Vision Australia.
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