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  1. 1990-01-01 Wallace Ohrt tells how Denny and Jeanne Grindall's vacation in Kenya involved them in part-time missionary work. Their story captures the adventure and fulfillment of life as it was meant to be lived.
  2. 1984-12-19 Informationcentre for Low External Input Agriculture Gloria land in India - a starting point for ecological activities Experiences with farming systems research in Kenya Ecological agriculture and farmers' participation in Bolivia
  3. 1986-08-19 Water harvesting Indigenous knowledge Dryland management - take a fresh look at local traditions Water and soil conservation by farmers in Burkina Faso Runoff farming in Tunisia Water harvesting in Kenya Water harvesting techniques Herders associations - Niger
  4. 1993-12-19 Sustainable growth in Kenya Agroecological planning in Brazil Agriculture or Agribusiness? A strong case for diversity Protecting farmers' rights Bio-organic farming Promoting sustainable land use - the role of NGOs Coming back on chemicals
  5. 1995-10-19 The living mulch of Nepal Unexpected source of income - Niger Aggressive colonizers Initiatives to combat savannization and land degradation in Ghana Soil conservation and weed control Green manures - Brazil Cover crops - Honduras Weed management - trees- Kenya Labor issues - India The yield of...
  6. 2002-04-20 Livestock production Livestock Revolution Livestock strategies in Bolivia Climate-soil-pasture-cattle interactions in Brazil Integrated systems Dry rivers Zero grazing in Kenya Cuban experience in integrated farming Llam production in Bolivia Dutch dairy farmers Predatory ants
  7. 2003-03-20 Fundamental elements of a Farmer Field School PTD practitioners Field schools for Kenyan dairy farmers Farmer Life Schools Community forest management and FFS Evaluation in FFS Picturing impact The Egyptian experience with FFS The greening of self help groups Gender field schools Farmer schools...
  8. Session:Seasonality and causes of acute malnutrition in Karamoja and northern Kenya. Presenter: Raphael Lotira Arasio
  9. 2001-01-01 Small-scale beekeeping is an attractive cash crop option for resource-poor farmers in the tropics. It demands little in the way of time, finances or natural resources, and the honey and beeswax harvested can be processed in the home and sold locally. At the same time, pollination by honeybees...
  10. The Kenyan Government has passed laws that routinely undervalue pastoralists’ land and undermine pastoralism as a system of production and source of livelihood in the drylands. In his article “The unjust valuation of pastoralists’ land in Kenya”, published online inThe Elephanton 2 October 2021,...