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O programa Menos Sal, Mais Vida foi a primeira iniciativa voluntária para reduzir o teor de sal em produtos alimentícios na Argentina. O artigo analisa as perspectivas dos atores envolvidos nesse acordo voluntário entre o Ministério da Saúde e a indústria alimentícia para reduzir gradualmente o...

How and why do political reactions of certain rural groups align or depart from those of others? Findings suggest that in settler societies, aspects of green grabbing (or land grabbing) may be understood as acts of "white belonging." Likewise, green grabbing presents other groups with...

Young African women who leave school and have children early face fewer livelihood options and diminished horizons. To shed light on factors that deter young women from leaving school, researchers examined evidence on school-to-work transitions. Interventions that help them stay in school can...

Sous le thème " Dialogues pour l'impact – L'intégration des ODDs, la politique climatique et l'action climatique dans les régions en développement ", la troisième examen annuel sur l'apprentissage de l'IRCAAA (ALR3) a eu lieu du 3 au 7 mai 2017 à Kathmandu au Népal autour de la compréhension de...

Before the reforms during the Maoist era, many care roles and responsibilities were provided by the state and by collectives. As the country embarked on a path of economic reform, care responsibilities shifted back to the household. The economic reform lifted 600 million people out of poverty,...

Encompassing the economic, environmental and social dimensions of development, the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) present ambitious targets. Sri Lanka's Ministry of Sustainable Development and Wildlife is formulating a Sustainable Development Act as well as conducting a...

This is a mini-book produced from research collaboration between Canada and Côte d'Ivoire to guide farmers and stakeholders on how to implement the new management plan for the lethal yellowing disease to prevent disease spread and help to save the coconut industry in Grand-Lahou.

Millions of poor and low-income people lack the knowledge and resources to access and use formal financial services. With little trust in institutions, poor people tend to rely on informal credit and savings tools. Women and youth face the greatest barriers to access . Building financial...

Somaliland offers important lessons concerning theories about security governance in Africa, the role that political elites play in conflict resolution, indigenous systems of governance such as clan elders, and the failure of existing international approaches to state reconstruction. The article...

As the global population of older adults grows, the Internet emerges as a tool for social inclusion as well as a means of improving various aspects of quality of life. This paper focuses on the role of younger people in the process of Internet adoption by older adults. Regression analysis...

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