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  1. 20/1/2022 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of Burundi. It is hoped people will take greater pride and interest in these plants and become confident and informed about how to grow and use them. Many of the local food plants that occur in every country are very...
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  5. 27/10/2014 A-frame levels can be used to trace contour lines for soil conservation, or irrigation ditches at % slope. They are highly accurate, and cost nothing.
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  9. 28/10/2014 While coming back, returnees are facing many challenges: Lack of shelter, Lack of food, Lack of the other items like cloths and houses materials, Lack of water and sanitation, Drop out school, Lack of employment Etc Working with returnees is helping them to meet these needs.
  10. 27/10/2014 Caracteristics of the Burundian agricultural sector • The agricultural sector is the engine of the national economy • But it is essentially a subsistence farming. • Agriculture is practiced in a rudimentary way by about 1.5 million rural households (90% of households) on very small farms whose...
  11. 8/4/2016 En la Conferencia Agrícola Internacional de ECHO realizada en noviembre de 2015, Sara Delaney presentó un proyecto que según comentó tenía tasas de aceptación sobresalientes y nosotros pensamos que sería un buen caso de estudio para compartir en EDN. En el proceso de introducción de nuevas ideas...
  12. 28/10/2014 Potato production in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has more than doubled since 1994, with 70% growth in eastern Africa (FAO and CFC 2010). Despite these gains, on-farm potato yields in the region still short compared to their potential. Mostly due to a combination of inadequate supplies of...
  13. Vital Nduwimana hated how many tomatoes he lost every season. For years, his tomatoes started rotting just three or four days after harvest. He felt frustrated. Mr. Nduwimana explains: “I was not able to sell all my tomatoes; I lost almost half of my production. Worse still, I would sell at a low...

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