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South Africa Joined May 24, 2022
1 post Jun 09, 2022 - International Fund for Agricultural Development Projects in Eswatini Celebrate World Pulses Day and So Should You
Farai is a rural development practitioner with expertise in ICT4D, nutrition-sensitive agriculture, youth inclusion and knowledge management.She has 8 years of experience in the sphere and has worked and consulted for several...
India Joined January 29, 2021
1 post Mar 24, 2022 - Interaction Meet for Developing Linkages between Organic Input Buyers and Sellers
I amcurrently working as Associate Scientist-Soil Science in International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), New Delhi, India and placed in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. He submitted Ph.D. in Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration under...
India Joined January 11, 2020
1 post Jan 16, 2020 - Seeds of Silicon: How the Internet of Things Can Improve Agricultural Outcomes
Brazil Joined December 19, 2018
1 post Dec 31, 2018 - Learning by Doing Together: Mainstreaming Nutrition in Mozambican Rural Development Programs
Manager working in international cooperation, with vast experience in rural development and food and nutrition projects, and public policies. Capacity to design, implement and provide technical support to projects and programs;...
Nepal Joined March 19, 2014
2 posts Apr 25, 2016 - Conservation Agriculture: Why is Adoption not Increasing as Expected?
Communications officer at YPARDAsia and Pacific Coordination UnitPh.D.in Soil Fertility & Nitrogen Management
South Africa Joined July 27, 2018
1 post Jul 27, 2018 - Food Technology Conferences - International Conference on Agriculture, Food and Aqua
ME Conferencesarranges about 3000+international eventsinclusive of 1000+conferences, 600+workshops,and 400+symposiumson numerous topics of medical, science and technology across the world. It is supported by 1000 morescientific...
South Africa Joined May 30, 2018
1 post Jun 11, 2018 - Gender-responsive nutrition policies – a myth or a possibility?