Monthly Archives: May 2016

Camel Journey ~ From its Original Habitat to Modern World

Originally posted on Natural Health with theCamel Milk:
Camel role is incredible in its cradle of domestication and its original habitats. In 19th Century some camels were transported to USA, Australia, and some other places for work and armies. After…

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Foreign investment in African Agriculture: the role of China and Brazil – seminar

Originally posted on Rural Sociology Wageningen University:
The sub-department Sociology & Anthropology of Development of the Social Sciences department of Wageningen University invited two key note speakers for a seminar on Foreign Investment in African Agriculture: Prof. Kojo Amanor (University…

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Zoonotic diseases featured during UNEP Science-Policy Forum

Originally posted on AgHealth:
ILRI veterinary epidemiologist Delia Grace presenting at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Science-Policy Forum that preceded the second session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2), on 20 May 2016 (photo credit: ILRI). The United Nations…

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A challenge for development organizations combating hunger and poverty

Originally posted on DESERTIFICATION:
Photo credit: IPS NEWS Marta Maldonado, secretary of the “Siempre Unidos Minifundios de Corzuela” association, standing next to a prickly pear, a cactus that is abundant in this municipality in the northern Argentine province of Chaco.…

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Regional Believes About the Usage of Camels’ Milk

Originally posted on Natural Health with theCamel Milk:
Sind Desi camels of rural Sind, potential dairy animal While searching around in the google and my long contacts with the camel people, I came to compile this small table to document the…

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Development as everyone’s problem—World Bank eliminates ‘developing country’ from its data vocabulary

Originally posted on ILRI Clippings:
Illustration by Annie Lane via Etsy. ‘In the 2016 edition of its World Development Indicators, the World Bank has made a big choice: It’s no longer distinguishing between “developed” countries and “developing” ones in the…

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To end hunger in Africa by 2025

Originally posted on DESERTIFICATION:
? Photocredit: SciDevNet – Copyright: Jackie Opara ? Initiative to end hunger in Africa by 2025 launched by Jackie Opara “What TAAT will be doing is providing a bigger platform [and] technology with a market focus.” – Sidi Sanyang, AfricaRice…

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