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  1. Please refer toUSAID COVID-19 Digital Response Guidance(PDF) for steps that you can take to increase institutional readiness to prevent, detect, and respond to COVID-19, and its effects. The guidance answers three common response questions: 1. What can be done today?Now is the time to get a...
     
  2. Abstract, Journal of Food Protection, 2005 Awareness is growing that fresh or minimally processed fruit and vegetables can be sources of disease-causing bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and helminths. Irrigation with poor-quality water is one way that fruit and vegetables can become contaminated with...
     
  3. Abstract, International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, 2017 Nowadays, with continuously changing socio-economic status, people have become more concerned about their health. Utilization of natural products of plant origin having lesser side effects has gained popularity over the years....
     
  4. The COVID-19 Coronavirus global pandemic is creating a global learning crisis in addition to a global health crisis.82% of the world’s learnersare no longer in traditional schooling or education programs and UNESCO is recommending online learning andeducation technologyto to reach learners...
     
  5. At CGD, we are examining the toll that the spread of COVID-19 is taking on global development—people, systems, and economies—and how governments and international organizations can best respond. Our experts are also assessing global pandemic preparedness and financing, and in particular how the...
     
  6. Abstract, Current Developments in Nutrition, 2019 Moringa oleiferais an edible tropical plant with the potential to alleviate micronutrient deficiencies in low and middle income nations. This study addresses two barriers for the consumption ofM. oleiferaleaves: (1) inconsistencies between the...
     
  7. Digital health technologywill be integral to COVID-19 digital response by donors, government, and health systems in low- and middle income countries. We developed several resources of potential solutions: 3 Early Digital Health COVID-19 Response Success Stories 10 Digital Health Technology...
     
  8. The Center for Global Development (CGD) is an independent, nonpartisan "think-and-do tank" that works to reduce poverty in developing countries. We do this by producing high-quality research and practical, evidence-based policy recommendations that inform the practices and policies of developed...
     
  9. Using the MEVMS value chain research and presentation strategy describedhere, this paper provides a rapid summary of the Fruit, Lumber, and Charcoal value chains in rural Haiti. The research is based on literature review, focus groups and a 405 household survey in the Grand Anse conducted in...  
  10. It is estimated that over half of agricultural land in Mexico is degraded, that is, it experiences a loss of fertility (or capacity) to produce food or conserve its vegetation. To combat soil erosion and degradation, the "Program for the Promotion of Sustainable Land Management"(ProTierras)was...