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Friday
30/05/2014
Q&A: Fresh challenges for refugee relief
In this podcast, researcher Jennifer Leaning discusses the future problems facing displaced people. ....
Friday
30/05/2014
Cost and impact of policies to remove fees for obstetric care in Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali and Morocco
User fee exemption for delivery and emergency obstetric care (EmONC) has been introduced by several African countries with the aim of improving access to care and thus improving ma ....
Friday
30/05/2014
Focus on Gender: The dangers of digitising land data
Social dynamics around ownership make digital land records a double-edged sword, says Henrietta Miers. ....
Friday
30/05/2014
Locally made vaccines ‘could boost immunisation efforts’
Mexico and South Africa’s delegates at the World Health Assembly say they want to produce their own vaccines. ....
Friday
30/05/2014
Why I turned from GM opponent to advocate
Formerly an anti-GM campaigner, Mark Lynas now believes GM is crucial to the future of farming. Here he explains why. ....
Friday
30/05/2014
FAO and Chinese partners working to unlock carbon finance for herders and grazers
A new FAO methodology can help channel international climate change funding to grasslands restoration, trapping atmospheric carbon and improving livelihoods ....
Thursday
29/05/2014
Using Information and Communication Technology to spport women"s entrepreneurship in Central and West Asia
For micro and small enterprises, the use of ICT has led not only to better business performance but also better living conditions. It can also be particularly effective in loosenin ....
Thursday
29/05/2014
The global challenge of managing migration
The number of international migrants more than doubled between1980 and 2010, from 103 million to 220 million. In 2013, the number of international migrants was 232 million and is p ....
Thursday
29/05/2014
Does climate change aggravate gender inequalities? Empirical assessment from South India
The effects of climate change are unequally distributed between female and male gender in agrarian communities, particularly in developing countries. The agrarian regions of South ....
Thursday
29/05/2014
Socio-ecological vulnerability assessment of flood and saline-prone region in rural Bangladesh
The agrarian population in Bangladesh is ranked by many studies to be of the most vulnerable in the world due to the poor socio-economic features, the unique geophysical location a ....
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