Monthly Archives: June 2021

New digital tools to support African farmers created at INSPIRE Hackathons

Originally posted on THE GFAR BLOG:
By Karel Charvat, WirelessInfo and Hana Kubickova, Plan4all Since 2016, the INSPIRE Hackathon organized by Plan4all has served as a collaborative event for developers, researchers, designers and others interested in open data, volunteered geographic…

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We Need to Produce Milk and Meat and other Products in Tune with Nature

Originally posted on SUSTAINABLE FARMING FOR FOOD AND HEALTH:
In connection with the camel stories from all over the world at the occasion of world camel day Here is the message of Ilse K. Rollefso from Rajasthan India. To know…

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Why do we need to Support Camels and their Herders?

Originally posted on SUSTAINABLE FARMING FOR FOOD AND HEALTH:
A camel story from India sent by a small scaled camel milk company Camels ‘the Ship of the Desert’ are a gift of nature, gifted to the drought-stricken people on the…

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Borno’s Journey in two years By Prof Babagana Umara Zulum mni, FNSE the Executive Governor of Borno State Nigeria.

Fellow citizens, It has been two years since we took the oath of office, following the overwhelming mandate you, the good people of Borno State, entrusted in us during the 2019 democratic transition. In these two years, we have together, … Continue reading

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Survey on Milk Preference. A preliminary Report

Originally posted on SUSTAINABLE FARMING FOR FOOD AND HEALTH:
Different people, societies, and age groups of people have different choices for different types of milk. Some like cow milk but the others like goat, ewe, cow or buffalo milk. I…

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Camel Milk and the Food Allergies

Originally posted on SUSTAINABLE FARMING FOR FOOD AND HEALTH:
Camel Milk is Allergy Free and Calming other Types of Food Allergies The lacks of β−lactoglobulin and different β-casein allergic proteins, the camel milk is the best choice for the children…

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