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Mobile Technology for Farmers in Pakistan
  While mobile technology has made unprecedented impact on the lives of end consumers, the same technology is proven to show even greater impacts when integrated at the farthest end of the agriculture value chain that begins with Farmers. Farming in the developing countries, including South Asia has taken positive turns by employing improved methods such as use of chemicals, crop...
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KariaNet, Plans for future networking in the Near East and North Africa Region
This week from 3-4 April I had the opportunity to join thirty-one selected individuals from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria  and Yemen who met in Cairo to discuss the sustainability of networking activities in the Near East and North Africa region.  At the crossroads between East and West, networking is nothing new in the region. The exchange of...
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Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Sustainable Relationship between NaRMGs and Traditional Institutions in NERCORMP Project District (UKHRUL)
 Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Sustainable Relationship between NaRMGs and Traditional Institutions in NERCORMP Project District (UKHRUL)   UDCRMS/NERCORMP-IFAD, Ukhrul organised a knowledge sharing workshop on ‘ Sustainable Relationship between NaRMGs and Traditional Institutions ’ on 28 th June, 2011 at TTA Hall, Ukhrul. The workshop was organised in order to establish a...
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From APR09 to GC2012: The power of a new idea, the IFAD social reporting blog
Does anyone remember this post by Vincent Darlong from the APR Annual Performance Review Workshop in Bangkok in March 2009? When we asked Roxanna Samii in the Communications Division at IFAD to set up a IFAD blog to do social reporting for the workshop, none of us could have imagined the impact on outreach and dissemination of knowledge and informaiton that this very same...
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Need for Development of Agriculture Policy in Pakistan
  Agriculture continues to play a central role in the Pakistan’s economy with pivotal impact on the socio-economic set-up. It accounts for over 21% of GDP, while employing 45% of the country’s labor force.  Agriculture sector is also the primary supplier of raw materials to the downstream industry thereby contributing substantially to the country’s exports. In 2009-10 alone, Pakistan...
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