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Improving productivity in Kenyan smallholder dairy systems through selective, intensive education and supported adoption

Improving productivity in Kenyan smallholder dairy systems has the potential to greatly improve the supply of milk to processors and make substantial improvements in rural incomes. 120 more words


Application of scaling frameworks to grazing exclosures in Ethiopia

Grazing exclosures are a cost-effective means of restoring or enhancing the productivity of communal lands in Ethiopia.

An extension of the traditional practice of excluding grazing from communal areas to enable regeneration of vegetation in exclosures provides much needed livelihood and environmental benefits. 82 more words


2016 Olympics reading list: Brazilian politics, history and culture — LSE Business Review

The 2016 Rio Olympics officially opened on Friday and runs from 5 August – 21 August 2016. To mark the occasion, LSE Review of Books recommends seven reads that explore the culture, politics, history and economics of Brazil.

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I Get to Be A Tourist, Pt. 1

Since I found a flat on my second day in the city, I’ve had the luxury of spending my time before the beginning of the semester as if I were on vacation. 174 more words

Notes From London

Behind the scenes @ Senate House

More than three years have rolled by in a flash from I enrolled with the University of London International Programmes, as a student of BSc Accounting and Finance… 831 more words

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LSE appoints Deputy Governor of Bank of England as new Director

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has appointed Dame Minouche Shafik as its new Director, effective from 1 September 2017.

An alumna of LSE with longstanding connections to the School’s research and public engagement programme, Minouche is the first woman to be appointed to the position on a permanent basis and LSE’s 16th Director overall. 563 more words