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  1. Publication Details Publisher: Maya Health Alliance  
  2. 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....  
  3. 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...  
  4. EarthEmpower is a NGO that operates in the United States, Guatemala and Mexicowith the mission to make impact by closing gender gaps and empowering women to lead change.  
  5. This Guide to Rapid Market Analysis Methods is a product of the experiences and lessons learnt while implementing agro-enterprise projects in Latin America, Africa and S.E Asia. This manual is one of a series of agro-enterprise publications developed through a collaborative learning alliance...
     
  6. The FIRST OBJECTIVE of a successful farmer is to produce a large amount of quality peanuts while keeping production costs as low as possible. The most successful peanut farmers manage their crops carefully. Peanut farmers may want to invest money in inputs like equipment, fertilizers, and...  
  7. The Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA) is a collaboration that aims to protect crops, livestock, and people from the effects of aflatoxins. By combating these toxins, PACA will contribute to improving food security, health, and trade across the African continent. PACA’s Vision: An...  
  8. This site is about vermicomposting flush toilets – on-site processing of domestic sewage with worms. These aren’t the first vermicomposting sewage systems by any means, but they’re the first (to our knowledge) to be based on open source principles with non-proprietary technology and low cost...  
  9. At Design Outreach, we desire to share the love of God by developing sustainable technologies that help alleviate global poverty. The poor of the world have big dreams—what they lack is access and opportunity. By developing and providing innovative solutions for partners combating global poverty,...  
  10. The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut is part of U.S. government’s strategy to fight hunger and poverty around the world. In 2016, Congress passed theGlobal Food Security Act, a law that recognizes it is in this country’s national security interest to promote global food security,...