Making maize flour, Uganda

Making maize flour, Uganda

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Caption: Making maize flour. Child using a pestle and mortar to pound maize grains into a flour. The grains are from the cobs of the maize plant. The flour is used to make various food products. Maize is a staple part of the diet in many parts of the world. Photographed in a rural area of the Gulu region of Uganda.

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