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There are echoes here of the land-grant universities in the United States which were established as agricultural extension (McDowell, 2003), and of course this linkage between agriculture and universities has been part of the role of African universities for decades (Mtawa
, Fongwa, & Wangenge-Ouma, 2016).
, 40, lives with her husband and seven children near the former Jewish settlement of Netzarim.
A stay-at-home, a hermit, a mtawa
. Whatever you want.