27.03.2015

Hunger throughout the world could be eliminated by 2030, according to the participants of the conference “One World – No Hunger”. But not only are new trouble spots nullifying progress, they are also tying money and resources of...

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24.03.2015

World-wide, over one third of deaths among children under five years old are associated with malnutrition. Scientists, field workers and representatives from government, private sector and civil society met at the 2nd International... 

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08.03.2015

Rural women’s easy and reliable access to micro-credit is a sine qua non for their economic empowerment. In the context of International Women’s Day on the 8th March 2015, Amrit Patel highlights success factors and shortcomings of the... 

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17.11.2014

The livestock sector creates livelihoods for an estimated one billion people world-wide. Not only is the consumption of milk, meat and eggs an important source of protein and micronutrients and hence a crucial pillar of food security for... 

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24.03.2015

To draw attention to the United Nations International Year of Soils, GIZ has been commissioned by the German Development Ministry to run a nationwide information campaign demonstrating the significance of healthy soils in ensuring world... 

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11.03.2015

Unilever, Acumen and the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, have launched the Enhanced Livelihoods Investment Initiative (ELII) to improve the situation of as many as 300,000 smallholder... 

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26.03.2015

IFPRI’s flagship report puts into perspective the major food policy issues, developments, and decisions in 2014 and highlights challenges and opportunities for 2015. The report highlights among other crucial queries, how the Middle-income... 

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14-17 April 2015 - Chilembwe-Lilongwe, Malawi

Beating Famine 2015:Southern Africa Conference – Sustainable Food Security through Land Regeneration in a Changing Climate

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19-23 April 2015 - Berlin, Germany

Global Soil Week 2015

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1-2 May 2015 - Meknes, Morocco

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17-24 May 2015 - United Nations Headquarters, New York

The 2nd Annual United Nations Sustainable Energy for All Forum

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19-22 November 2015 - Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Hotel Manila, Philippines

Moringa Symposium and Congress

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17-22 July 2016 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Tenth International Rangeland Congress (IRC) “The Future Management of Grazing and Wild Lands in a High Tech World”

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