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  1. 2020-12-03 The importance of pollinators - such as bees, birds, butterflies, bats, and many other species - to global food security and nutrition has received increased international attention in recent years due to reports of declines in pollinator populations (e.g. IPBES, 2016). Reported declines are...
     
  2. 2020-11-19 For twenty-six years, ECHO has brought together networks of like-minded individuals devoted to eradicating hunger and improving lives through agriculture and community development. In its 27th year, in light of constraints due to novel coronavirus, the ECHO International Agriculture Conference...
     
  3. 2020-11-19 We are excited to announce the immediate availability of the ECHOcommunity Mobile App! This free app has been developed to help you take and share resources when your work extends out beyond your internet connection.
     
  4. 2020-11-02 The 2020 International Agriculture Conference will feature leading voices in various aspects of agricultural development—practitioners, scientists, and community leaders. Content will be presented in plenary and concurrent breakout sessions, with ample opportunities to network with each other, as...
     
  5. 2020-10-22 Technical Series on the Conceptual Framework for Addressing Acute Malnutrition in Africa’s Drylands Childhood wasting is an increasing global public health problem and studies have shown that emergency rates of global acute malnutrition persist in the longer-term in some dryland contexts—even in...  
  6. 2020-10-21 Join USAID Bureau for Resilience and Food Security as we consider current efforts to combat threats and share a new research opportunity to further the practice. Crop production is a mainstay for hundreds of millions of smallholder farmers across the tropics and subtropics, and is an essential...
     
  7. 2020-10-20 French only  
  8. 2020-10-16 How can smallholder farmers help mitigate against climate change? An article in EDN 148 described principles on which the strategies presented in this follow-up article are based. Key to any agricultural approach for dealing with climate change is dialogue with farmers, whose knowledge,...  
  9. 2020-10-16 Many of the world’s most important vegetable crops originate from the Solanaceae plant family, including tomato, eggplant, and peppers. This family also includes a host of lesser-known but locally important species, such as naranjilla (Solanum quitoense), tamarillo/tree tomato (S. betaceum), and...  
  10. 2020-10-16 On September 3, 2020, ECHO held its first virtual Appropriate Technology (AT) Fair. As this year has brought many challenges for in-person gatherings, we were grateful for all who took advantage of the shift towards virtual gatherings and participated in this event. It was an enriching time for...