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Year: 2016
Diversification of livelihoods is a commonly applied strategy for coping with economic and environmental shocks and instrumental in poverty reduction
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Year: 2016
Diversification of livelihoods is a commonly applied strategy for coping with economic and environmental shocks and instrumental in poverty reduction
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Year: 2015
Human population growth in the developing world drives land-use changes, impacting food security
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Year: 2007
Micronutrient problems in the food systems of the Himalaya are widespread due to bedrock with low nutrient content, high erosion rates, poverty, subsistence agriculture, and increasing cropping increasing cropping intensity
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Year: 2004
This publication documents the proceedings of a workshop on 'Micronutrients in South and South East Asia' held in Kathmandu In September 2004
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Year: 2001
This book brings together briefs and articles generated by the 2020 Vision initiative that remain highly relevant to the ongoing dialog and debate and, given the nature of the topics addressed, are likely to remain so for some time to come
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Year: 2001
The vision of a world where nobody needs to go hungry and where natural resources are managed sustainably can be achieved by 2020
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Year: 2001
Of the world’s 6 billion people, about 800 million do not have enough to eat
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Year: 2001
Modern biotechnology can enhance agricultural productivity in developing countries in a way that further reduces poverty, improves food security and nutrition and promotes sustainable use of natural resources
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Year: 2001
The extent and depth of food insecurity in the developing world at the turn of a new century and millennium remains unconscionable
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