Monthly Archives: December 2014

Integrating livelihoods and rights in livestock value chain research for women empowerment development programs

Originally posted on ILRI policies, instititions and livelihoods program:
In the recent past, there has been an increase in calls for integration of gender in agricultural research and development (R&D) owing to the recognition that gender-blind interventions have ended up…

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Poor access to improved technologies hinders legume production in Africa

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ILRI scientists contribute to new FAO book on the International Year of Family Farming

Originally posted on AgHealth:
A boy returns home with his family herd at dusk in Lhate Village, Chokwe, Mozambique. Livestock farming offers unique features to support local livelihoods and economies in developing countries (photo credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann). The year 2014…

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12 paths to strengthening food security in an unstable world

In the face of climate change, conflicts and disease, our panel suggest how to ensure access to nutritious food for all Source: See on – Food Policy, Supply, Security & Safety

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Status of Regulations on #Fertilizer, #BioFertilizer and #BioPesticides in #Nigeria. @NafdacAgency

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Global Livestock Sector Partners are Committed to Addressing Hunger and Malnutrition

Key organizations representing the global livestock sector, including the International Dairy Federation (IDF), International Meat Secretariat (IMS), International Poultry Council (IPC), International Egg Commission (IEC) and the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) have committed to support the call for action … Continue reading

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2015 Hunger Report | When Women Flourish, We Can End Hunger

Source: See on – Poverty, Hunger & Malnutrition

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