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David Beasley Nov 24
Afghanistan is at a crossroads. The current peace talks offer a glimmer of hope after 4 decades of conflict. If successful, the Afghan people may finally be able to rebuild their nation & embark on a path to economic development - the only route to .
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World Food Programme Nov 19
Happy to all children around the world! Every single one of our 🌍's children deserves a future without hunger. At WFP we are working hard every day to make that happen. 🧡✨
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FAO in Kenya Nov 23
Our Rep, Carla Mucavi met the National Lands Commission (NLC) team with whom we work together on Land Governance, a key Natural Resource to ensure , for 🇰🇪. She pledged continued support to ensure NLC achieves its mandate of sustainable land use.
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WFP Ghana Nov 18
👉🏾 Sustainable Development Goal 2 – – pledges to end hunger in 5️⃣ steps 👇 1️⃣ Reach the most vulnerable 2️⃣ Pave the road from farm to market 3️⃣ Reduce food waste 4️⃣ Encourage a sustainable variety of crops 5️⃣ Make nutrition a priority
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Welthungerhilfe ZWE Nov 23
Under we've partnered with to train rural farmers on a sustainable, low-input feed formulation method that uses Black Soldier Fly (BSF). Its expected to reduce costs of production & improve the feed's nutrition value.
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CorporateFarmers Int® Nov 19
That moment when the TV Host of media is happy volunteering with team for 😁😁
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SLU Global Nov 24
🌍🌱😊🌱🌍 Challenges and opportunities for smallholders in Africa - Joseph Karugia ⁦⁩ setting the stage for new phase ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) Nov 17
“I never went to the garden, but now I am the first one to go.'' Jacob, one of the beneficiaries of ZIRP, shows us how training on food and nutrition can improve gender equality.
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FAO in Rwanda Nov 18
in partnership with and the Government of are launching a new project titled “Increasing Water Productivity for Sustainable Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Production and Improved Food Security” on 19 November 2020. Stay tuned!
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Maureen Munjua Nov 24
Congratulations @10 IGNITE is proud to be partnering with you to drive transformation in the nigeria dairy sector to deliver on improved nutrition and women's empowerment.
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Farmer Samson Ogbole Nov 18
As humans we have: Fat & Thin Tall & Short Flat & big tummy Dark & Light skinned Etc It doesn't mean one is good and the other bad, we are still humans Same applies to plants: Roma tomatoes Same quality, different size
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Sahel Capital Nov 24
We look forward to achieving the dream with you. We can do it, together!
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Adelani I. Adeniji Nov 24
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No Food Waste Nov 20
A Huge Salute for our NFW Volunteer Mr. Nikhil on behalf of No Food Waste Family Mr. Nikhil has volunteered to distribute 50 food packets to the needy people in the Government Hospital, Coimbatore on 20.11.2020 May God bless you with all Happiness & Health😇😇
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International Fund for Agricultural Development Nov 20
IFAD’s work with rural people is indispensable for ending poverty & achieving , and to address issues that are central to the SDGs: 👉gender equality 👉decent work 👉environmental sustainability 👉and much more We , we invest in a better world.
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Farmer Samson Ogbole Nov 22
Salary week 1 Timothy 5:18: 'You shall not muzzle an ox when it treads out the grain,” and, “The laborer deserves his wages.’ There is a blessing in paying your labourers and staff, pay them this week. Happy New Week
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Sahel Capital Nov 24
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1tor0 Nov 19
Local farmers ensuring and . What's left - secure their communities and pave the way from farms to market
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UN Geneva Nov 20
After decades of steady decline, the number of people who suffer from hunger began to slowly increase again in 2015. The UN works to provide food and assistance to 86.7 million people in 83 countries.
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Lawal Enitan. Nov 23
A large number of kids go to school hungry and frankly that set me off to make a difference........ Let us join hand together to make a difference. Donate to to 0172927777 GTBANK FOODCLIQUE SUPPORT INITIATIVE .
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