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Flag-Off of the Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) programme on oil palm, in Logara

British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation

 Supports Oil Palm Farmers in Logara

An economic cum historical event happened in Logara Autonomous Community, Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area, Imo State, on 15th day of September, 2016 when the British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF) in colaboration with Imo State Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) visited the community for the Flag-Off of the Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) programme on oil palm.

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eC2:Project Administrative Support for Oil Palm Smallholders Project

Deadline: 04-Oct-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank Group Framework/IFC Strategy for Engagement in the palm oil sector has identified smallholder development as a top priority for achieving more equitable benefit-sharing and better livelihoods for smallholders. 63 more words

World Bank

Research on Natural Fiber Polymer Composites: The Way Forward

Natural fibre reinforced polymer composites are emerging materials that are used as materials for various applications ranging from furniture, building and construction, automotive and marine industries. 186 more words

Material Science

When he woke up, the monster was still there

By Nancy Sabas, Connecting Peoples Coordinator for MCC Guatemala/El Salvador. She is from Honduras. Her reflection was originally published on MCC’s Latin America Advocacy Blog… 1,208 more words

Mennonite Central Committee

You Ignore The Oil Palm, You Condemn Orangutans

by Raechel Gladstone

With a font size of 8—or smaller, it’s nearly impossible to save orangutans.

Orangutans are betting on your ability to read labels and your compassion to check. 619 more words

PH&F: Banggi

BANGGI, COTE D’IVOIRE.  2006.  Dale Landis and I joined a cocoa farmer tromping through the bush to tend his banggi production.  Banggi is fermented palm wine, produced by toppling an oil palm tree (the short, squat variety), chopping out the heart, and allowing the tree sap to run through a channel and then into a jug, where it is allowed to ferment for the better part of a day.   34 more words