Ways Recommended to Turn Camel Again to its Future

Natural Health with theCamel Milk

IMG-ae58c842e3ffd4e Members of the EC of ISOCARD, Dr. Raziq (right), Dr. Juboori (middle) and Rifat Jaseem (left)

Though the concept is changing, generally camel is considered as the animal of backward and bush. The common person’s mind quickly jumps to the desert, pastoral people, and harsh terrains as soon hear the name of the camel. In some quarters, the mindset is changing, especially among the scientists and development worker. Unfortunately, the policy makers still neglecting this untapped precious resource as they prefer fast growing animals to place in developmental policy because of many reasons; all are baseless and void of scientific arguments.

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Recently, a successful conference was organized under the patronage of International Society of Camelid Research and Development. The title of the conference was “4th Conference of ISOCARD “Silk road camel: the camelids, main stakes for sustainable development”

http://conference.kaznu.kz/en/conferencies/40/4th%20Conference%20of%20ISOCARD

The conference was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan (8-12 June 2015). Around…

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International Camel Society Showed Serous Concerns on Important Camel Decline

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Superfood (Camel Milk) can Beat the Challenge of Superbug (Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics)

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Superfood (Camel Milk) can Beat the Challenge of Superbug (Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics)

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UN AND PARTNERS URGE RAPID RESPONSE TO FOOD CRISIS IN WEST AFRICA’S SAHEL REGION (UNNews)

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New York, Feb 15 2012  2:05PM
Delegates at a meeting convened by the United Nations to draw up strategies to respond the humanitarian crisis in West Africa’s drought-prone Sahel region today called for comprehensive and rapid assistance to the millions of people affected, especially children and women.

Leaders of UN agencies, representatives from governments in the affected countries and major donors, meeting at the headquarters of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) in Rome, <“http://www.beta.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/presscenter/pressreleases/2012/02/15/joint-statement-uurgent-call-for-united-action-in-the-sahel-region-of-west-africa.html”>stressed the need for a combination of relief, early recovery and longer-term development programmes.

They resolved to work together to meet immediate food security and nutritional needs of affected people, while supporting programmes that address the root causes of problems and to strengthen the resilience of communities living in areas affected by chronic drought.

Actions will include support for short-term food security and nutrition response plans developed by national governments and regional organizations to increase access…

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HIGH LEVEL TASK FORCE ON GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY TO FOCUS ON ‘ZERO HUNGER CHALLENGE’ OBJECTIVES (UN News)

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New York, Jun 27 2012  6:05PM
In the wake of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s High Level Task Force on Global Food Security will be reoriented to focus on a new initiative as part of its efforts to ensure a coherent UN system approach to the issue of food and nutrition security.

At Rio+20, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, last week, Mr. Ban launched an initiative known as the ‘Zero Hunger Challenge,’ which invites all countries to work for a future where every individual has adequate nutrition and where all food systems are resilient.

The Task Force will be reoriented to focus on the Challenge’s five objectives as a guide for a coherent UN system approach to food and nutrition security.

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Coordinated action to combat hunger and undernutrition among people living in protracted crises.

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Women in rural Chad make a wind-breaking fence to protect a nearby river.

Global accord demands new approach to hunger and nutrition in protracted crises

Framework for Action seeks coherent humanitarian and development efforts

The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) has approved the world’s first global agreement involving all stakeholder groups on coordinated action to combat hunger and undernutrition among people living in protracted crises.

The Framework for Action on Food Security and Nutrition in Protracted Crises is a voluntary agreement offering guidance to address food security and nutrition needs in these challenging contexts. It also outlines how to adapt to specific challenges in areas persistently wracked by natural calamity and civil conflict.

The Framework comprises 11 principles that recognize the need for coherent and integrated humanitarian and development efforts to address both the immediate and the longer-term food security and nutrition needs of…

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