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  1. This group page exists so that individuals involved in Moringa around the world can connect. We encourage you to share the challenges you face in yourendeavors, discuss lessons and techniques learned through your experiences, and share your story!  
  2. Strong Harvest International has a peer educator manual to facilitate communication about moringa. The manual is available in seven languages--English, French (for West Africa), Haitian Creole, Spanish, Arabic, Portuguese and Swahili. Though the 20-page section with training illustrations...  
  3. Abstract, Cogent Food & Agriculture, 2020 The contributions of Moringa to the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in developing countries were massive. Its production has to be more than increased to maintain its potential role in-curving food and nutrition insecurity sufferings in these...  
  4. Abstract, Asian Journal of Applied Sciences, 2011 The objective of this study was to review the biology and economic value of Moringa tree, miracle tree of hope and generate technical information for people working in universities, agricultural research and development and health institutions....  
  5. Abstract , Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1992 A survey programme was organised in Lucknow and Farrukhabad, two towns of Uttar Pradesh, from March 1987 to July 1987. During the survey, the common folk medicine plants used by women were recorded and Ayurvedic and Unani drug encyclopedias were...  
  6. Moringa is known the world over.  
  7. Abstract,Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change, 2016 Moringa oleifera is known as “horseradish tree” or “drumstick tree”, native to India, is one of the best useful tree and an enormous amount of benefits in the world. Numerous Research reports have appeared in different national and...  
  8. Abstract, SEMIRATE, 2018 Samosir Island is the location of coffee plantations especially in Pangururan subdistrict. Currently coffee farmers in Samosir are trying to utilize a protective plant for coffee tree that is Kelor. This study investigated how far the integration of Kelor with coffee...  
  9. During their time in Ghana, co-founders Kwami and Emily were introduced to what was known locally as “the miracle tree.”The tree thrives in arid climates. It helps the crops around it grow better. It can be intercropped with subsistence crops, mitigating risk to farmers. The leaves, with more...  
  10. Abstract, RUFORUM, 2018 Malnutrition is one of the most serious problems throughout the world and children are especially vulnerable to it. The aim of this research is to formulate foods fortified with baobab fruit pulp and moringa leaf powder for under-five-years old children. Specifically, the...  

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