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Ads by Google Kribi Pierre Zambo is a hotel manager in Kribi, a sea resort town in Cameroon's South Region. In the past his hotel would have "more than 100 tourists each week. But today if I manage to have 50 people registered into my hotel weekly,
There is no corn, whether green or dried, yam is going, potatoes the same, limited amounts of banana and very few amounts of plantain," stated regional director of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, Neville Burrell. catch crops "If we get some rain by
Anastasia Cunningham, News Coordinator President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, Senator Norman Grant, is in full support of using treated effluent to irrigate crops in the agriculture sector, as part of a long-term solution to Jamaica's
Launtia Cuff, Gleaner Writer As farmers strive to find ways to combat one of the country's harshest droughts in recent years, and with news that there is worse to come, several crops in the breadbasket parish of St Elizabeth are now scarce and the
U The organic farming sector has grown rapidly over the past ten years, to about 500,000 new hectares every year, according to EU statistics. Both the number of organic farm holdings and area grew by more than half between 2003 and 2010. In 2011, the
The promised launch of the Communication on Sustainable Food by the European Commission, initially planned for 2013, has once again been postponed. This is a significant set back for the much-needed reevaluation of Europe's food system. The
Subramanyam Universal Account Numbers will solve issues related to fund transfer. The employees were identified only through the employers so far, he said...UAN to every employee in order to mitigate the problems of employees as well as employers.
The basic human rights protections established by the Nuremberg Code, which was adopted immediately after the end of World War II, continue to serve as a global template for how human beings are to be treated by the scientific community.
Matthew Horwood/PA Something strange is afoot in the Office of National Statistics. Every time the Chancellor of the Exchequer takes a bow for his outstanding economic management, the ONS dumps cold water on him. The ONS has practiced this rebellious
Dr. Frank King is looking for the next super food on his farm north of Asheville. Against the backdrop of the Newfound Mountains, his herd of 300 majestic bison graze the rolling pastures raised for their leaner, healthier meat...The farm is also