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Bangladesh Joined January 15, 2022
2 posts Apr 18, 2022 - The International and Bangladesh Rice Research Institutes Continuously Work Together to Ensure Food Security in Bangladesh
Agribusiness Education and Research International ( www.agribusinessedu.com ) is an education, consultancy, and research firm, journal publisher as well as a web portal, mainly focuses on agribusiness education and research....
Zimbabwe Joined November 29, 2021
1 post Dec 22, 2021 - Women’s Land Ownership — The Engine for Rural Women Empowerment and Agricultural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
An International Development Strategist, currently serving as the VALUE4HER Program Coordinator and Women Agripreneurs of the Year Awards (WAYA) Lead at the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa. A holder of MSc in Plant...
Zimbabwe Joined June 28, 2021
1 post Jul 07, 2021 - Resilience-Focused Food Systems Transformation to Meet Sustainable Development Goals in Zimbabwe
I am a researcher passionate about food systems . I completed a PhD in Public Management and Governance with a specialisation in food and nutrition security policy. Over the years I have worked with governments , development...
Bangladesh Joined December 04, 2019
2 posts Sep 10, 2020 - Threatened Fisheries Resources and Biological Diversity of Baikka Beel Sanctuary at Hail Haor Wetland in Bangladesh
Dr. Md. Gulam Hussain, citizen of Bangladesh, an expert in Fisheries and Aquaculture and Blue Economy having PhD in Aquaculture, M.Sc. in Aquaculture Management and B.Sc. in Fisheries (Honors). He did his PhD in 1992 from the...
Malawi Joined May 31, 2018
1 post Jun 11, 2018 - African Agri-Food Systems and the Changing Partnerships Landscape: Old Wine in New Bottles?
Prof. Richard Mkandawire is a Socio-economist and a Rural Development expert. He is currently; the Director of the Alliance for African Partnership (AAP), Africa Secretariat and Chairman, Malawi Planning Commission. Before joining...