NewsAGRICULTURE FOOD SECURITY InnovationPublished dateWednesday, 28. August 2019 - 10:30
Maize, rice, beans, cassava, sweet potato, fish and groundnuts are among the most important food commodities in Malawi. Losses along the post harvest (PH) chains are fuelled by inefficiencies in handling, storage and preservation methods.Published date2013
Journal articlesRANGELANDS WOMEN WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT DROUGHT DROUGHT RESISTANCE FODDER GRAZING ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION SOIL EROSION KNOWLEDGE SHARING
Eight women of the town of As-Subagh took the initiative to improve their community’s fodder production, while helping to restore degraded lands fenced off in their area.Published dateSunday, December 2, 2012 - 05:00
With the fertilizer bean, cowardly land becomes brave.
— Teodoro Reyes, La Danta, HondurasPublication DateThursday, January 1, 1998
The many connections that “seeds” have or can lead to for improving rural livelihoods and quality of life are fascinating and worth in-depth examination.
— Norman Uphoff, Cornell UniversityPublication DateMonday, December 20, 2010