Namibian farmers in the Omusati region, expecting bountiful harvest this year have now been hit by locust attacks. Already, about 300 subsistence farmers have been affected by this occurrence and it is being estimated that over 5,000 farming households will be greatly affected by this occurrence. Many in this region have not had this sort of experience before and therefore, seem powerless over this trend of events.
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