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  1. Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is a Christian mission sending agency with a heartfor Africa’s peoples. We have our roots in a small band of faithful men andwomen who, in 1895, ventured inland to reach Africansuntouched by the gospel. Their vision set the course of AIM for over 120 years, as a...
     
  2. “Literacy is a key lever of change and a practical tool of empowerment on each of the three main pillars of sustainable development: Economic Development, Social Development, and Environmental Protection.” KOFI ANNAN Former Secretary General United Nations
     
  3. IDEAS celebrates success in two strategic areas: the first is progress on the journey towards true and lasting hope. The second is sustainability and local ownership of transformative projects that will continue to multiply long after IDEAS professionals have left. At IDEAS you do not have to...
     
  4. At the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) we invest in rural people, empowering them to increase their food security, improve the nutrition of their families and increase their incomes. We help them build resilience, expand their businesses and take charge of their own...
     
  5. Abstract,World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, 2019 This review paper focuses on production and marketing of edible fruit like mango. Fruit crops play an important role in the national food security of people around the world. They are generally delicious and highly nutritious, mainly of...  
  6. The term vertical garden refers to any kind of construction and support structure for growing plants in an upwards-directed, vertical way and thereby efficiently and productively making use of the existing space for food or other kind of plant production. A huge variety of different designs and...  
  7. Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management Copy it, adapt it, use it – but acknowledge the source!  
  8. As of 2004, approximately 800 million hectares of land were in use for food production – approximating an area equivalent to Brazil (1), and allowing for the harvesting of an ample food supply for the majority of a human population approaching 6.3 billion. These land-use estimates include grazing...
     
  9. This purpose of this blog post is to disentangle some of the many intertwined concepts here:urban, indoorandverticalfarming. The diagram below is one attempt at showing how several different forms of food production can be classified as urban, indoor, vertical or a combination. I’ll outline some...
     
  10. A Ugandan initiative is training groups of marginalised, landless women in vertical farming and vermi-composting to raise incomes and increase food security in the country’s capital. Over 880 women from Ugandan slums are producing food crops, such as beans, eggplants,nakatti(a popular green...