Sustainable Agriculture for Zero Hunger

Offsetting the Negative Impact of Climate Change in Malawi By Priscilla Masilamani for MediaGlobalNews Climate change has tremendously affected the agricultural practices in the country of Malawi in sub-Saharan Africa, where more than 90% of the population is engaged in subsistence-level-rain-fed agriculture. Erratic rainfall...

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Intervention with Impact

Oct 07, 14 Intervention with Impact

Posted by in Latest News, Participants

Integrating Safe Drinking Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene to prevent Undernutrition and NTDs Blog post by Jordan Teague, Program Associate at WASH Advocates, for ZHC participant Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases My niece turned two years old on Sunday. It was a joyful occasion, celebrating that she can now speak in full...

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Global Child Nutrition Forum recommends school feeding for Zero Hunger

Oct 04, 14 Global Child Nutrition Forum recommends school feeding for Zero Hunger

Posted by in End Malnutrition, Latest News

WFP CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE AGAINST HUNGER – Since 1997, the annual Global Child Nutrition Forum has united leaders from developing countries for five days of intensive training, technical assistance, and planning, all directed toward establishing country-operated sustainable school feeding programmes. It has become the largest...

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Ebola outbreak: assessing the food security impact

Oct 02, 14 Ebola outbreak: assessing the food security impact

Posted by in Access and Healthy Diets, Latest News

UN NEWS CENTRE | 1 October 2014 – The Liberian Government, along with key United Nations agencies, is set to carry out a rapid field assessment on food security and livelihoods in the wake of the Ebola outbreak, as the top UN envoy on curbing the spread of the virus in West Africa arrived today in the Liberian capital, Monrovia....

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The Second Green Revolution

Oct 01, 14 The Second Green Revolution

Posted by in End rural poverty, Latest News

From Rice of the Farming God to Space Mapping by Sinead Mowlds, Development Assistance and Governance Initiative, The Brookings Institution   In the past week, how many days did you eat rice? This is how Visiting Fellow John McArthur opened the discussion at the Brookings Institution last week. The subject was “Tackling Zero...

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