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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...
Uganda Joined May 20, 2021
1 post Jun 03, 2021 - The Role of Biofortified Sweetpotato in Humanitarian Nutrition Interventions in Fragile Environments
Uganda Joined May 26, 2021
1 post Jun 02, 2021 - Banana: The Low Hanging Fruit for Vitamin A Deficiency in Eastern Africa
Dr. Beatrice Ekesa is a Scientist at the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT. With specialization in Nutrition, Beatrice has over 15years experience carrying out Research and Development (R&D) on the Linkages of...
Senegal Joined February 24, 2020
3 posts Mar 31, 2021 - Income Alone Is Not Enough: The Importance of Increasing Women’s Decision-Making in Agriculture
Natalie Petrulla is an international development professional with 5+ years of experience working at the intersection of gender equity and food security. She demonstrates strong skills in GESI technical implementation, data...
Mozambique Joined February 08, 2021
1 post Mar 17, 2021 - Shaping the Future of Mozambique’s Dairy Sector
Mozambique Joined January 17, 2020
2 posts Sep 25, 2020 - How Climate-Smart Agriculture Is Affecting Yields & Livelihoods in Mozambique
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?