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14 sample collection events were conducted during the project period. Other activities include a literature review, training on sample collection techniques, field work, workshops, seminars and conferences, a guidebook for field surveillance, presentations and posters. Overall, resident species...

In recent times, patent pools are being increasingly projected in policy circles as an important tool for developing countries, particularly, to gain access and cope with the problem of patent thickets in fields as diverse as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, nanotechnology, clean energy...

A social ecological model of resilience is used to show that resilience is dependent on a family's ability to both access available resources that sustain individual and collective well-being, as well as participate effectively in the social discourse that defines which resources are culturally...

This findings brief is based on reports from the external review of IDRC's PCD programme. Overall, PCD has supported and contributed high-quality ouputs of meaningful research on peace, conflict, peacebuilding, and development issues in a variety of ways; contributions to trauma healing and...

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