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A man wraps freshly cleaned limu and sea grapes in a village on Savaii island in Samoa. Credit - Ulusapeti Tiitii
October 8, 2021

Surrounded by water and facing a precarious future, Kiribati is learning from Samoan limu harvesters how to improve their livelihoods.  Sapeti Tiitii has just finished helping her eighth village build a seaweed farm, this one on the island of Savaii. She arrives each day with a team from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to discuss the importance of limu and the potential it holds for communities around the country. 

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