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IDS UK 3h
Pastoral production systems, defined as livelihoods centred on rearing of livestock for subsistence and marketing, are highly variable over space and time. Interesting new blog from Tahira Shariff Mohamed. Read more below 👇
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IDS UK 8h
New paper: Are Women Not ‘Working’? Interactions between Childcare and Women’s Economic Engagement. Read at: 👉
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IDS UK 13h
Missed the latest episode in our podcast series? Listen to 'The Politics of Green Transformations: , & using the link below now!
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IDS UK Jan 17
'While there is a major focus on Ebola and indeed its virulence, little attention has been paid on people’s everyday threats and priorities.' In the following blog, Grace Akello explores life for women living on an Ebola border.
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IDS UK Jan 17
Ahead of the Summit, highlights lessons learnt from agribusiness start-ups: 👉 Redirect tax incentives to fund infrastructure 👉 Provide loans for agribusiness SMEs 👉 Don’t overlook African entrepreneurs
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Amrita Jan 17
Session: Trade & Investment for Development ▶️ de-risking+inclusion: women ▶️Jolly Sabune ▶️ Beyond business as usual-> env.
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IDS UK Jan 17
We cannot improve global health if we take only a narrow medical view. Epidemics are social as well as biological phenomena.
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K4D Jan 17
What is conflict sensitive education, and how can education programming lead to stability? Synopsis paper by Juliet Millican 👉 Photo:
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IDS UK Jan 17
Why are Ebola controls having a disproportional impact on the lives on women? Read the new blog by Grace Akello from
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IDS UK Jan 16
Interesting discussions today at IDS on South-South and triangular trade and investment, ahead of the summit in London on Monday.
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IDS UK Jan 16
'Ebola controls can have many unintended and negative consequences' read the new blog revealing the daily realities for women living on an Ebola border, by partner researcher Grace Akello from
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Hanna Bucher Jan 16
Jolly Sabune speaking : “since 2005- we got exposure to China, Vietnam, India and Turkey in production and . And we found the structure of farming had many similarities to Uganda”
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DFID Jan 16
On Monday 20 January London will host the UK-Africa Investment Summit. Follow or for all the latest updates
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Dr. Moses Ikiara Jan 16
Excited to meet & share platform with Prof Raphael Kaplinsky of IDS Sussex who had a great input into development thinking in Kenya in 80s.
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SITA Jan 16
SMEs should invest in East Africa for market , a growing middle class and the of the people, says
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Hanna Bucher Jan 16
Thought provoking Prof Raphael Kaplinsky - future success will not be about integrating into with northern end markets. The future will be in regional and a shift from south-north trade to
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SITA Jan 16
⁩ ⁦⁩ speaks to the importance of partnerships in promoting
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Hanna Bucher Jan 16
Glad to see - not just a technically strong- but also a well balanced panel in terms of background & gender on this public seminar on and cooperation
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IDS UK Jan 16
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Hanna Bucher Jan 16
eloquently introducing today’s public seminar on & and for development. 👏🏻👏🏻
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