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In this Aug, 2004 photo courtesy of Michigan State University, Dan Clay, center, talks to members of a PEARL project-supported women’s cooperative in grading/sorting of bird’s eye chillies in Rwanda. Clay had been in the Rwanda for two years directing a food security when war and genocide began in 1994. He, his wife and elementary school-aged children were evacuated by Rwandan military to neighboring Burundi, where U.S. Marines met them and they were flown out. After 20 years, Clay organized a combined business trip and family reunion to the country. (AP Photo/ Michigan State University)

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