Despite progress, the largest percentage of the world’s population suffering from malnutrition remains in sub-Saharan Africa; that is, 239 million people or 30% of the population.
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Participatory Geographic Information Systems (P-GIS) for natural resource management and food security in Africa : ict4d article, January 2011
What should we make of the wild rumors on the increasing scarcity of fresh water around the world? What are the challenges connected to the increase in the world’s population and to climate change? Does water lead more to war than to peace?Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
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Participatory Geographic Information Systems (P-GIS) for natural resource management and food security in Africa : ict4d article, October 2010
Better data and data analysis will ensure that policies are informed by reality; for example basing policy on people’s access to food, rather than merely the country’s quantity of food supplies.Published dateSaturday, January 2, 2010 - 05:00
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Participatory Geographic Information Systems (P-GIS) for natural resource management and food security in Africa : ict4d article, March 2011
This pan-African programme of research contributes to making available good quality, reliable and accessible information systems through P-GIS to improve natural resources management and promote food security.Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
For most migrants, there is a ‘central tension between the mobility of labour and the non-mobility of entitlements.’ To meaningfully address the needs of migrants whose movements are temporary, circular or transient, portable social protection neePublished dateMonday, September 2, 2013 - 04:00
Truth and reconciliation commissions and transitional justice in Africa : lessons and implications for Kenya ; background paper
This Policy Brief is intended to contribute to the public debate on the proposed Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) for Kenya.Published date2008
Novel approaches to identify optimal antiviral probiotics for swine industry in low-income countries
Effective control of major enteric viral pathogens (including rotaviruses) of livestock is critical for swine health and production.
Using Phages for the replacement of antibiotics, and reduction of drug resistant nontyphoidal Salmonella, in poultry farms in Kenya
Infectious diseases associated with poultry farming and egg production pose high health risks to farmers and consumers. They can also negatively affect the poultry industry of any given country.
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