HRW: Rural communities displaced by commercial farmers in Zambia

Human Rights Watch released a new report on the impact of commercial farming on rural communities in Zambia. The report says that vulnerable rural communities are paying the price, and in some cases, they are being forced to give up their land.

    Human Rights Watch released a new report on the impact of commercial farming on rural communities in Zambia.

    The report says that vulnerable rural communities are paying the price and in some cases, they are being forced to give up their land.

    It also says women, in particular, are being blindsided by the problem.

    Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez-Hodoyan explains.


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