Fishing Villages Work for Food Security in El Salvador
Rosa Herrera returns to the village after spending the morning digging for clams in the mangroves that border Isla de Méndez in Jiquilisco bay, in the southeastern department of Usulután. The struggle to put food on the table is constant in fishing villages in El Salvador. Credit: Edgardo Ayala/IPSBy Edgardo AyalaISLA DE MÉNDEZ, El Salvador, Mar 20 2017 (IPS)After an exhausting morning digging READ MORE

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