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  1. With the objective of gaining a better insight into the challenges and opportunities of the livestock sub-sector in West Africa, FAO has conducted several studies and held various workshops in recent years. The outcomes of these studies and workshops conducted between 2009 and 2014 were published...
  2. 01-01-1986 This is a study in Mozambique on dietary cyanide exposure. 52 pages, illustrations, photos
  3. Neem is a very important tree species widely planted in the Sahel region of West Africa, where it is used for firewood windbreaks, greenbelts, and as amenity plantings in cities, towns, and villages.
  4. This report gives details of 4 experiments, the results obtained and based on these, the recommendations made regarding feeding and working strategies. The four experiments were investigating the energy costs of walking on soils of different consistencies and the efficiencies of doing work,...
  5. 20-01-2013 Drawing on 15 cases from nine countries this books offers some solutions to the huge challenges pastoralists encounter in trying to sell what they produce. With liberal use of tables, diagrams and illustrations, it documents impacts, good practices and lessons in the marketing of pastoralist...
  6. 01-01-2022 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants for healthy diets in Togo. 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...
  7. 01-08-2002 This report offers a description of forests, past and future. It analyzes what types of investments should be made in tomorrow's forests, who should be making them, and how. The report concludes with the benefits of investing in tomorrow's forests. No page numbers, illustrated, photos
  8. 01-01-1978 95 pages, illustrated, photos
  9. 01-01-2015 For centuries people have been collecting the nearly 2000 species of insects available for human consumption. This is not because it is a poor man’s food – a Western misconception – but because it is delicious.’ Arnold van Huis, Professor of Tropical Entomology, Wageningen University Population...