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The future of Peasant studies: Seminar and farewell address by Jan Douwe van der Ploeg

Following his official retirement as Professor of Wageningen University, Jan Douwe van der Ploeg will give on January 26, 2017 his farewell address entitled ‘ 93 more words

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राज्यपाल ने राजेन्द्र बाबू को दी श्रद्धांजलि

पटना, (ब्यूरो) : राज्यपाल रामनाथ कोविन्द ने भारत के प्रथम राष्ट्रपति देशरत्न डा. राजेन्द्र प्रसाद की 132वीं जयंती के अवसर पर आयोजित राजकीय समारोह में राजेन्द्र चौक (राजभवन के सामने) स्थित डा. राजेन्द्र प्रसाद की प्रतिमा पर माल्यार्पण किया। राज्य के माननीय ग्रामीण विकास एवं संसदीय कार्य मंत्री श्रवण कुमार, शिक्षा तथा सूचना प्रावैधिकी मंत्री […]

Austria offers Vt 107.3 million for rural electrification project on two islands

At a signing ceremony on the margins of the recent UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakesh, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and  Water Management and the Ministry of Climate Change of Vanuatu signed a… 373 more words

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CAMS collaborates with ‘AIM for Seva’ in support of better education

The urban-rural divide in India is an imminent cause of concern, particularly in the case of access to quality education and allied facilities. According to a 2015 World Bank report, around 67% of the total population in India is attributed to those in the country’s villages. 389 more words

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First "Baby Orchard" Celebrates a Life Well Lived: Mike Diliberti

From Peace Corps teacher to World Bank manager to Friends of Sierra Leone president, Mike Diliberti gave his all for Sierra Leone. To celebrate his life, we have planted our first “Baby Orchard.” A new generation of children will be able to go to school when the fruit from Mike’s Orchard is sold. 615 more words

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Growing Fruit Orchards for Peanuts

How do you start an orchard program for Sierra Leone village development income when all you have is your own land and water? You grow thousands of your own trees — all from the saved seeds of fruit you first eat. 531 more words

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