The Wider Image: As crops fail, Indonesia’s Sumba seeks lifeline in weaving, fishing

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Dimas Mbaha Konda Lura, 11, and his cousin Simon Kopa Laki Jawa, 8, bathe Dimas’s father’s Ndelu Ndaha’s horse called ‘Buru-Buru’, while on a fishing trip at Puru Kambera beach in Kanatang district, East Sumba Regency, East Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia, February 25, 2020. “The horses easily get ill. They don’t have anything in their stomach. Every year, there are always deaths,” said Ndaha. REUTERS / Willy Kurniawan – stock.adobe.com

Dimas Mbaha Konda Lura, 11, and his cousin Simon Kopa Laki Jawa, 8, bathe Dimas’s father’s Ndelu Ndaha’s horse called ‘Buru-Buru’, while on a fishing trip at Puru Kambera beach in Kanatang district, East Sumba Regency, East Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia, February 25, 2020. “The horses easily get ill. They don’t have anything in their stomach. Every year, there are always deaths,” said Ndaha.

REUTERS / Willy Kurniawan – stock.adobe.com

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