Tags » Livelihoods

Living in a Rich Dad World

If you ever wondered what the economic landscape would look like if the main orientation was in line with the advice proffered by Robert Kiyosaki… 610 more words

Financial Markets

Mozambique, Indian Ocean Coast, Fishery

Artisanal Fishermen in their home made wooden boat going out fishing in the late afternoon

Update

We’re wrapping things up here in Uganda. Is bittersweet too cliché an expression? Regardless of the description of how I feel about the time I’ve spent here, one thing remains certain–experience is always a boon for those who are seeking to live life to its fullest and to squeeze every last drop of enjoyment from its sweet sop. 260 more words

Need help designing seed-related assistance?

Seed System is a collaboration among diverse national and international organizations aiming to improve seed security in high stress and vulnerable areas across the world. Their new website… 212 more words

Food Security

UNCoLSC Recommendations to increase access to, and use of Life-saving commodities

Every Woman Every Child. This focus is long overdue. With the launch of the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health, we have an opportunity to improve the health of hundreds of millions of women and children around the world, and in so doing, to improve the lives of all people.” – 385 more words

Post-2015

Partnership for Maternal Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH) Policy Brief

The Partnership for Maternal Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH), which The Hunger Project (THP) is part of, disclosed a policy brief on “Placing Healthy Women and Children at the Heart of the Post 2015 Sustainable Development Framework” on 31 March 2014. 236 more words

Post-2015

World Health Day 2014: Combating vector-borne diseases

World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April every year to mark the anniversary of the founding of World Heath Organization (WHO) in 1948. Each year a theme is selected that highlights a priority area of public health. 441 more words

Reports