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St-Valentine Eleta Sep 14
"I would rather be on my farm than be emperor of the world.” β€” George Washington
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Let's Unite #ForNature #FoodSystems #Biodiversity Aug 12
Why is there so much food in the 🌍 yet so much hunger everywhere? On this let's stand for our and take collective responsibility to make them & for the good of everyone We all need
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Ω…Ψ­Ω…Ψ―β€Žβ€Ž Ω…Ψ­Ω…Ψ―β€Žβ€Ž Aug 27
Good 2 months without rain. My πŸ… are dying. Watermelon neva experience rain. Okra dries up. Only my cassava & yam that keeps me going.
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Creative Ofori πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡³πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­πŸ“· Sep 9
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Obert Maminimini Aug 17
Good morning colleagues. Below is a video(link) on done by a school group in Maseru, Lesotho.On the group is Tanatswa, my muzukuru (my sister Hilda's daughter). Please LIKE the video & enhance their chances of winning.
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IITA-CARE Sep 15
’s improving agricultural & systems are expected to present the largest livelihood opportunities for much of the young population in the future. A large number of which live in the rural areas.
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SDGs Kenya Forum Sep 9
Day 2 of ! We focus on . At the start of 2020, the Global Report on Food Crises identified 135 M people as currently/imminently food-insecure. now estimates that an additional 130 M people could be pushed into hunger due to .
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International Fund for Agricultural Development Sep 5
Complete the sentence πŸ‘‡ To achieve by 2030 we need _______________.
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Irri-Hub Ke/Afric. (Irrigation Hub Ke) Sep 9
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Kaossara SANI Aug 19
After the seeds for sahel project now I want to give water to farmers in Togo, Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal. Build well or support them with irrigation kits. They are ready to participate with 50% of the total budget. support = Peace.
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Foodbank Australia Sep 13
A recent survey of people receiving the Coronavirus Supplement found 80.8% were eating better. The extra $300/ fortnight means families & individuals have been able to buy fresh fruit and veggies & not skip meals. …
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SDGs Kenya Forum Sep 9
Replying to @SDGsKenyaForum
Achieving will require better access to food & the widespread promotion of sustainable agriculture by improving the productivity and incomes of small-scale farmers.
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Gawat Jubril A. Aug 22
I am very impressed with this achievement by for renovating St. JOHN’S R.C.M. Primary School , Ayeteju, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos State in partnership with in line with the SDGs Goal 2 and Goal 4 . βœŠπŸ½βœŠπŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ’₯πŸ’₯
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Organic Life PLC Sep 2
Smallholder farmers manage and rely on natural resources, biodiversity and ecosystem services, including water. They should be included in processes affecting their communities and livelihoods.
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Irri-Hub Ke/Afric. (Irrigation Hub Ke) Sep 3
Friday we only get to communicate via photos. If you see something you'd love in your farm just DM or WhatsApp 0732957984 Retweet
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Farmer Samson Ogbole Sep 15
Day 2 Work and learn The rain was heavy but they chose to work harder Do you still want to join from Wednesday to Friday? 08080231911
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Farmer Samson Ogbole Sep 11
It's tomatoes-o- clock Tomatoes harvest begins. You can book for your tomatoes. Current capacity 1 ton per week. N400/kg November: 4 tons per week December: 10 tons per week
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Welthungerhilfe ZWE Sep 11
is setting up spray races in 4 districts in the Midlands. The team is pictured here putting final touches to one in Kwekwe which will give over 200 rural households a low-cost dipping solution that will help fight tick borne diseases.
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Rutger Groot Sep 8
Very encouraging to see East-West Seed training of in Nigeria continues in times of COVID19. Great demo fields with tomato, okra and cabbage! Wageningen University & Research Solidari…
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Farmer Samson Ogbole Sep 24
From our crates to yours... harvest today 2.7 tons You can buy cheap from the farm or expensive from the market, the choice is yours. Boot, crates, baskets etc it doesn't spoil the product.
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