Category Archives: Malnutrition

Precision feeding key to sustainable #livestock production, says UN body @LivestockSustai @DSMFeedTweet

Precision feeding key to sustainable livestock production, says UN body The compound feed industry needs to get behind initiatives that foster precision feeding on small farms in developing markets to help optimize use of on-farm ingredients backed by commercial feed mixes to plug nutritional … Continue reading

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PAEPARD: Now online: an educational series on family farming

Family farmers have much to offer in terms of food production and sustainability. And yet, conventional agricultural education gives little importance to sustainable family farming and the way it works. – report This initiative is aim at closing the gap … Continue reading

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Sustainability science: an integrated approach for health-programme planning : The Lancet

Sustainability science: an integrated approach for health-programme planning : The Lancet The Lancet, Volume 372, Issue 9649, Pages 1579 – 1589, 1 November 2008 <Previous Article|Next Article> doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(08)61659-1Cite or Link Using DOI This article can be found in the following collection: Public … Continue reading

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Food supply and food safety issues in China : The Lancet

Food supply and food safety issues in China : The Lancet.

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WorldFish(@WorldFishCenter): Scaling up Nutrition

First 1,000 Days Last Forever: Scaling Up Nutrition for a Just World http://t.co/psInzuFVlR via @HuffPostUK (https://twitter.com/WorldFishCenter/status/324093196453965824) Posted from WordPress for Android

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A new paradigm: Sustainable intensification & innovation in African agriculture

http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/centres/africanagriculturaldevelopment/newssummary/news_26-3-2013-13-48-16 Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from Theia Gabatan (@the_ia97)

Theia Gabatan (@the_ia97) tweeted at 3:39 PM on Fri, Apr 12, 2013: @WFP the fact that 80% of the worlds stunted children live in only 20 countries…absolutely unbelievable! (https://twitter.com/the_ia97/status/322720715684077568) Get the official Twitter app at https://twitter.com/download Posted from WordPress for … Continue reading

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WorldFish: “Sustainable fishing too lenient”

WorldFish (@WorldFishCenter) “Sustainable Fishing” certification too lenient and discretionary, study finds: http://t.co/R0fEyEeunQ (https://twitter.com/WorldFishCenter/status/322314564723159041) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Malnutrition

“@cgiarclimate_EA: Tackling malnutrition means quality as well as quantity http://t.co/QI9H8kuyZa @cgiarclimate @ILRI” (https://twitter.com/Srilgroup/status/322222665475686400) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from CGIAR Climate EA (@cgiarclimate_EA)

Tackling malnutrition means quality as well as quantity http://t.co/NaEjgrXvxh @cgiarclimate @ILRI (https://twitter.com/cgiarclimate_EA/status/322220427902595072) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from farmhopping (@Farmhopping)

farmhopping (@Farmhopping) Happy to share with you our newest post: 10 THINGS YOU DIDN`T KNOW ABOUT SHEEP | Farmhopping – Blog: http://t.co/GbfYIXfXHL #sheep #animals (https://twitter.com/Farmhopping/status/321953762413518851) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from World Food Programme (@WFP)

World Food Programme (@WFP) No ‘magic wand’ for #Sahel as food shortages loom yet again. http://t.co/XiXWC73rcB by @ChadCeleste. (https://twitter.com/WFP/status/321945530076889088) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from Aquaculture Africa (@sarnissa)

Aquaculture Africa (@sarnissa) The role of Youth and Youth networks at the National Fisheries and Aquaculture conference in Malawi. http://t.co/asXO8ccW5E (https://twitter.com/sarnissa/status/321924058755256320) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from CAADP (@NEPAD_CAADP)

CAADP (@NEPAD_CAADP) Upscaling vocational training and education in agric key to meeting challenges of food insecurity, unemployment and rural transformation (https://twitter.com/NEPAD_CAADP/status/321910560981667840) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from FAO Animal Feeding (@FAOafeeding)

FAO Animal Feeding (@FAOafeeding) #NowReading Appetite genes are key to better #poultry diets: http://t.co/aALVwLLdSR @worldpoultry (https://twitter.com/FAOafeeding/status/320901505429434368) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from The AAHM (@TheAAHM)

The AAHM (@TheAAHM) Put disability on the food security agenda http://t.co/6GZJkFJ6YD via @guardian (https://twitter.com/TheAAHM/status/319346398191550464) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from IFAD (@IFADnews)

IFAD (@IFADnews) High Food Prices and the Global Epidemic of Obesity http://t.co/oZDKVylflc via @worldbank (https://twitter.com/IFADnews/status/318018076291526657) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from Disease Diet Docs (@DiseaseDietDocs)

(@DiseaseDietDocs) We can heal or prevent chronic diseases likesuch as premature aging with a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Pls RT. http://t.co/vqrP4KfsSu (https://twitter.com/DiseaseDietDocs/status/317901996101361664) Posted from WordPress for Android

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Tweet from FAO Media Centre (@FAOnews)

FAO Media Centre (@FAOnews)Global consultation on #post2015 #dev agenda calls for #foodsecurity & #nutrition 2be central in development efforts http://t.co/wyqPlmlB (https://twitter.com/FAOnews/status/301702393987477505)

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10 Things You Need To Know About Hunger In 2013

10 Things You Need To Know About Hunger In 2013.  

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Using common, nutrient-rich small fish in the development of a complementary food | WorldFish

Using common, nutrient-rich small fish in the development of a complementary food | WorldFish.

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