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SUNS # 8895 Friday 26 April 2019
 
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United Nations : Diversification crucial to reduce risks in commodity sector (PRIV)
(Kanaga Raja, Geneva)
Diversification, in addition to an effectiv e risk management strategy, remains crucial for commodity-dependent developing countries in order to increase resilience and reduce macroeconomic risks re lated to the commodity sector.

Guatemala : Against all odds, indigenous villages generate their own energy (PRIV)
(IPS, Uspantan)
In the stifling heat, Di ego Matom takes the bread trays out of the oven and carefully places them on wo oden shelves, happy that his business has prospered since his village in northwe st Guatemala began to generate its own electricity.

Nigeria : Women and girls "preyed on as the spoils of war" (PRIV)
(IPS, Maiduguri)
"They forcefully took us aw ay and kept us like prisoners," Lydia Musa, a former Boko Haram captive who wa s abducted at the age of 14 during an attack on her village in Gwoza, in Nige ria's north-eastern Borno State, tells IPS.


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