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The War on Syria: The Major Political Players, Humanitarian Crisis
Global Research

The War on Syria: The Major Political Players, Humanitarian Cr...

Foreign intervention has only worsened the situation in Syria. In May 2014, the Syria Centre for Policy Research in Damascus released a report on the economic and social conditions in Syria. Its findings were staggering. More than half the ... Global Research, 1 day ago

Here comes mammoth project for 2,400 smallholder chicken farmers

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Regional Project Manager, Dr Tadelle Dessie at one of the poultry farms during the inauguration of African chicken Genetic gains (ACGG) in Dar es Salaam recently. (Photo: Gadiosa Lamtey) A project ...
 IPP Media1 month ago
Inter Press Service

Time to Work Out a Plan C for Greece

Active Citizens , Aid , Civil Society , Democracy , Development & Aid , Economy & Trade , Europe , Financial Crisis , Food & Agriculture , Global Governance , Headlines , Inequity , Labour , Poverty & SDGs , Trade & Investment | Analysis Pavlos ...
 Inter Press Service2 weeks ago The Coming Global Food Crisis  Counter Currents2 weeks ago Opinion: U.N. Can Help Reform the International Financial System  Inter Press Service1 month ago Science and Technology a Game Changer for Post-2015 Development Agenda  Inter Press Service1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Flood insurance project to help state

Kosi floods in 2008 Patna, Aug. 1 (PTI): The International Water Management Institute today declared that Bihar was the most prone to floods when compared with other states in the country. "Seventy-three per cent of Bihar's 94,163sqkm gets ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Bihar is India's most flood-prone state, says institute  Press Trust of India1 month ago Management institute identifies Bihar as India's most flood-prone state  The Echo Of India1 month ago
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Agriculture key to poverty reduction and food security-CISANET

CISANET Board Chair Rex Chapota, (R) with CISANET, National Director,Tamani Nkhono Mvula (L) briefs the media - Pic by Abel Ikiloni Lilongwe, July 22, 2015: The Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET) says Agriculture sector remains the ...
 Malawi News Agency Online1 month ago
PEJ News

SDGS must Ensure Indigenous Rights derived from UNDRIP are strengthened

By Joan Russow Global Compliance Research Project The Seventh Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. (c) 2008 UNPF SDGs need to recognize the importance of obligations incurred through ...
 PEJ News1 week ago SDGS in the Year 2030. Will Rhetoric be Fullfiled? A Glance at past Time lines  PEJ News2 weeks ago The Overarching Theme and Themes of the SDGs should be based on international law, legal precedents and peremptory norms  PEJ News1 month ago
ScandAsia.com

Danida-supported Nordic rural development research study Vietnam

The result of 10 years of research, in a collaboration between University of Copenhagen and Central Institute of Economic Management has been published (on 5 Aug 2015) in the report on Vietnamese rural households Growth, Structural Transformation ...
 ScandAsia.com3 weeks ago

Congo-Kinshasa: The 'New Brazil' of Africa

In this interview, Devlin Kuyek, Senior Researcher at GRAIN, talks about a report that reveals how a Canadian agribusiness company, Feronia, financed by American and European development institutions, is involved in land grabbing, corrupt practices ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Ireland and New Zealand agriculture: trade and climate change

Address to the Institute of International and European Affairs Leadership Forum on Climate-Smart Agriculture, 16 July 2015 It is a great pleasure to be in Dublin it always is. I have visited Dublin regularly since my first visit in the early ...
 Beehive.govt.nz1 month ago
BDlive

Low ceilings lead to more farm land for redistribution

THE policy decision to create ceilings on the size of farms that can be owned in SA is based on scientific research, Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti has insisted. Mr Nkwinti triggered a barrage of criticism in May when he ...
 BDlive1 month ago
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