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Healthy rangelands, healthy livestock and healthy people: A fully integrated One Health approach in pastoral Ethiopia

Originally published on Agrilinks.

In recent years in the pastoral areas of developing countries, One Health is gaining increasing credibility and visibility as an approach that can combine interventions for both human and animals. 29 more words


5 Reasons Why You Should Stop Eating Peanut Butter

By Akinwale Akinyoade On 25 January 2020. 

Peanut butter is known the world over and is one of the most popular and versatile spreads.

Peanut butter is relativity inexpensive and contains a high amount of protein and fat. 374 more words


Managing conservation lands for crop wild relatives

Raising interest in the wild relatives of crops is pretty easy. Anyone who thinks that the existence of wild cousins of our food plants is boring just hasn’t had a chance to see (or touch, or taste, or be pricked by) them! 300 more words


How a deadly outbreak unveiled the key to safer food

A recent article by Nancy Averett in Scientific African Magazine discusses how incidents of food poisoning in African cities may  public awareness of food safety and kindle a citizens’ movement for safer foods. 552 more words


Highlights of ILRI's and other Rangelands Initiative partners' engagement at the 46th Committee on Food Security

Originally published on the IFAD social reporting blog.

The Committee on Food Security (CFS) of the Food and Agricultural The Committee on Food Security (CFS) of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) meets on an annual basis at FAO headquarters in Rome. 86 more words


Feeding the World by 2050 — Raymond Opoku

By 2050, there will be two billion more people in the world. This means two billion more mouths to feed. The question is, how do we do this?

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Food Security: Challenges and Solutions

Today there is a massive imbalance in food security, an increasing population, and steadily declining soil conditions. This article will assess some of the challenges of providing food security and evaluate potential solutions. 1,098 more words