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  1. Access Agriculture Training Video The guts, heads, skin or any other part of the fish that people do not eat can be turned into organic fertiliser by fermenting or composting it. Fish waste is rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium and vitamins. By applying fish fertiliser, we can increase the...  
  2. LEGS is underpinned by a livelihoods approach and is based on three livelihoods objectives: Providing immediate benefits to crisis-affected communities Protecting the livestock-related assets of crisis-affected communities Assisting the re-building of key assets among crisis-affected communities...
     
  3. That sweet, orange-colored root vegetable that you love so dearly is actually a sweetpotato. Yes, all so-called “yams” are in fact sweetpotatoes. Most people think that long, red-skinned sweetpotatoes are yams, but they really are just one of many varieties of sweetpotatoes. So where did all of...
     
  4. Thomas Reardon, David Tschirley, Lenis Saweda O. Liverpool-Tasie, Titus Awokuse, Jessica Fanzo, Bart Minten, Rob Vos, Michael Dolislager, Christine Sauer, Rahul Dhar, Carolina Vargas, Anna Lartey, Ahmed Raza, Barry M. Popkin, The processed food revolution in African food systems and the double...  
  5. Centring seeds as a spiritual, cultural and nutritional good, rather than simply an agricultural input or tradable commodity, this report focuses on initiatives for the recovery of wild and traditional foods across four countries where Trócaire works: Guatemala and Nicaragua in Central America...  
  6. Welcome to Plants of the World Online (POWO) which is an international collaborative programme that has as a primary aim to make available digitized data of the world’s flora gathered from the past 250 years of botanical exploration and research. POWO also aims to make freely available electronic...  
  7. List from the Sustainable Nutrition Manual "If our environment, agriculture, and food systems don't provide nutrition, we are failing ourselves. Ditch sensitive thinking and go all in, agriculture must provide us with a wide variety of foods from all food groups every day. Enough with narrow...  
  8. Unsafe food threatens public health and undermines food security at local, regional and global levels. The benefits of extensive development activities targeting food insecurity are drained away when food products are contaminated. Microbial and chemical contaminants are of particular concern, as...  
  9. Since 2016, theFood Safety Network(FSN), a partnership betweenUSDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service(FAS), theU.S. Agency for International Development(USAID), and theU.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA), has provided developing countries with the tools and training to reach international...  
  10. Soreng, Robert & Peterson, Paul & Romaschenko, Konstantin & Davidse, Gerrit & Zuloaga, F. & Judziewicz, Emmet & Filgueiras, Tarciso & Morrone, Osvaldo. (2015). A Worldwide Phylogenetic Classification of the Poaceae (Gramineae). Journal of Systematics and Evolution. 53....